If he is anything like a bloke who works for me he was munching a burger and chips when he thought nobody else was around.To think he played he played that well in an evening match during Ramadan! He wouldn't have eaten for about 15 hours when the game kicked off. He snuck off for an energy drink when the sun officially set - 8:43pm according to the BBC, though no one in Burnley would have seen it last night.
I thought he should have gone for goal. If he hits the target, the pace he'd have on the ball, the keeper is unlikely to hold it. He'd either push it out for a corner, back into the path of Lingard or he may well have scored.Benrahma caused Matt Lowton nightmares on the far side.
Benrahma's superb cross for Antonio's second capped off an impressive individual display. He could have scored himself but he unselfishly opted to play in Jesse Lingard in the first half and put too much weight on the through ball.
Historical data suggests an xG of less than 0.2 for the chance so 'had to score' or even 'should have scored' are arguably wide of the mark.I bet if you asked Said, he would agree he should have scored.