Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag surprised his Newport County counterpart after Sunday's FA Cup fourth round clash with a special gift selected by Sir Alex Ferguson.

Ten Hag sought out Graham Coughlan after the 4-2 thriller, presenting him with a bottle of red wine following his side's brave effort.

He said: "We have a small gift for you." Coughlan then joked: "You know I don't drink wine, I only drink Budweiser." Ten Hag continued: "But this is a really good one, chosen by Sir Alex, so maybe your wife will enjoy it".

County fought back from 2-0 down to level the scores at 2-2, before eventually succumbing 4-2 to a first-choice United side. It was a great occasion, with a packed crowd inside the stadium and fans even watching from scaffolding erected on a nearby house. You can read more about that here.

Watch the moment Ten Hag surprised Coughlan

Ten Hag said of the game: "I think job done. In the first 25 minutes, on our side, we were very good and controlled the game. We had the possession and were really controlling it very good. We scored two very good goals and were creating one, two or three more, and it could have been 3-0 or 4-0.

"Out of nothing, actually, they scored a goal. Then, straight after half-time, they scored another goal and I have to criticise the team for that. Then we started all over and showed character and resilience, fought back and got the third and fourth goal."