Script toasts Man United FA Cup hero Kobbie Mainoo with reworked version of hit single… after Erik ten Haga’s men stun Man City

Script singer Danny O’Donoghue has reworked the lyrics to one of the band’s hit singles to pay tribute to Manchester United’s FA Cup final hero Kobbie Mainoo.

Mainoo scored Man United’s crucial second goal at Wembley on Saturday to add to Alejandro Garnach’s opener against Man City.

The academy graduate’s strike eventually proved the winner as Jeremy Doku later pulled one back for Premier League champions Man City.

Man United supporter O’Donoghue took to social media following the Red Devils’ triumph, with the Irish singer singing a reworked version of The Script’s hit ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’.

O’Donoghue’s new lyrics paid tribute to Man United’s teenage goalscorers while also nodding to the uncertainty surrounding manager Erik ten Hag’s future.

Script star Danny O’Donoghue reworked the lyrics to one of the band’s hits in tribute to Kobbie Mainoo

O'Donoghue changed the edited lyrics to

O’Donoghue changed the edited lyrics to «The Mainoo can’t be moved» after the teenager’s winning performance at Wembley

Mainoo scored Man United's decisive second goal to help them overcome Man City

Mainoo scored Man United’s decisive second goal to help them overcome Man City

The Script’s lead singer was seen wearing a Man United tracksuit and said ‘Come on United’ before singing an edited version of the chorus.

«It’s Mainoo, it can’t be moved,» O’Donoghue.

Because it’s the FA Cup and you’re playing for City and your heart starts to wonder if The Hag is going to leave.

«Then that boy Garnacho goes and puts us in the lead.

“You’ll hear us over there at Wembley, all standing in our seats.

“We’re not moving, we’re not moving, no, we’re not moving, no.

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“It’s Mainoo, it can’t be moved.

Man United’s triumph at Wembley marked the perfect end for the club after a difficult season after finishing eighth in the Premier League.

As well as lifting the FA Cup, Ten Haga’s side secured participation in next season’s Europa League thanks to their triumph at Wembley.

The reworked lyrics revealed uncertainty about Erik ten Hag's future
Garnancho's opening goal was mentioned by a Man United fan

Reworked lyrics nod to uncertainty over Erik ten Hag’s future and Alejandro Garnach’s opening goal in the final

Man United teenage stars Mainoo and Garnacho proved to be the heroes for the Ten Hag side at Wembley

Man United teenage stars Mainoo and Garnacho proved to be the heroes for the Ten Hag side at Wembley

The Red Devils had teenage stars Mainoo and Garnacho to thank on Saturday afternoon.

Garnacho got the Red Devils going in the first half, taking advantage of a defensive switch between Stefano Ortega and Josip Guardiola.

Mainoo doubled their lead before half-time and set up an even finish after a flurry of movement by Man United.

City rallied late on thanks to Jeremy Doku’s consolation, but United hung around and prevented their opponents from making history, landing in the pair.

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