Eric Bailly could not contain his excitement ahead of the EFL Cup final against Southampton on Sunday.
Manchester United were taking on the Saints in Jose Mourinho’s first final as boss and Bailly was desperate to get going.
The centre-back was named in the starting line-up alongside Chris Smalling in defence and was eager to stay focused ahead of what would be a tough afternoon up against the pace of the Saints.
The national anthem may have been playing with Wembley in full voice but Bailly was continuing his warm up by throwing in a few squat jumps before the game.
Bailly was caught out during the national anthem
United had a lucky escape in the tenth minute when Manolo Gabbiadini wrongly had a goal disallowed for offside.
And Southampton’s woes continued as Zlatan Ibrahimovic fired United in front just ten minutes later from a free-kick.
United then went two in front before Gabbiadini’s brilliant volley on the turn leveled up proceedings just after half-time.