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'We did more than enough' - John McGinn's honest Aston Villa verdict after Man United defeat

Aston Villa's captain, John McGinn, has called their 2-1 loss to Manchester United a "sickener" and believes his side easily could have won the game.

Villa could have gone 11 points ahead of United and returned to the top four with a win. But they didn't seize their opportunities and were punished when Scott McTominay scored the winning goal late in the game after Douglas Luiz had equalised just past the hour mark.

Those goals came after United striker Rasmus Hojlund had scored for his fifth game in a row after finishing smartly in the box in the first half. But McGinn says he 'could feel' a win was coming for Villa after they started gaining momentum in the game following the equaliser.

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"It was a completely different performance [to their FA Cup defeat by Chelsea in midweek], a real sickener. We did more than enough to win the game," said McGinn.

"It felt like we had chance after chance in the second half and they just didn't go in. In this league, you've got world-class players in the United changing room and it was one moment of sheer quality. We could have maybe defended it a bit better, but I know unfortunately that Scotty [McTominay] is great at coming in at that stage.

"We've got to remember how far we've come as a team and a club. It's my job to make sure we stick together. We've come a long way. We're still in a great position to achieve something special. If we play like that today we'll win more games than we lose.

"I could feel us winning it [in the second half]. We had chances on the break, they were breaking