The Red Devils have finally secured their first trophy in more than half a decade.

Manchester United have won a major silverware for the first time since 2017. The Red Devils have finally broken the hoodoo by beating Newcastle United 2-0 in the Carabao Cup final played at Wembley on Sunday. Inside the electrifying Wembley, both Manchestetr United and Newcastle gave their all to deliver a spectacle in the end.

In the beginning Magpies came close to scoring on a few occasions but were kept at bay by the resolute defense of the Red Devil who ended up getting the game's first goal. It was Casemiro who fired them in front in the 33rd minute by nodding home Luke Shaw's free-kick from the left flank.

The goal was made to stand after a brief check by the Video Assistant Referee and it did not take long for Marcus Rashford to inspire United into a comfortable lead. The English forward got on the end of a pass by Wout Weghorst and saw his attempt deflecting off the foot of Sven Botman past Newcastle goalkeeper Loris Karius.

There were other opportunities for both sides to get on the scoreline in the second half but neither was able to alter the scoreline. In the end, Man United carried the day as Erik ten Hag became only the eighth manager of the club to win a major trophy after Ernest Mangall, Sir Matt Busby, Tommy Docherty, Ron Atkinson, Sir Alex Ferguson, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho. With the Reds still in the running for the Premier League title, FA Cup and the Europa League, a quadruple charge is well within reach.