Making the marks of that of a superstar, Mason Greenwood has exhibited an explosive emergence showcasing his abilities this season.
The Old Trafford faithful is being handed supreme joy by the teenager as he keep on contributing for Manchester United with his astonishing talent.
Having started the game replacing Daniel James in the English side’s fixture against Newcastle, the 18-year-old has established his massive presence by marking one against his goal tally.
Following a forced pass from Schar under pressure which led its way through to find the youngster’s legs, he drifted inside to unleash a terrifying strike with his left that cannoned in off the underside of the crossbar which made the score line 2-1 in the favour of Mancunians.
Furthermore, with that goal the teenager who packs a lot of potential has updated his goal tally to three goals from 15 appearances in Premier League this campaign. The centre forward’s current stats are as follows.
Premier League: 3 goals from 15 appearances.
Europa League: 4 goals from 5 appearances.
EFL Cup: 1 goal from 2 appearances.
Therefore, altogether the England U21 international has registered eight goals to his name, second only to Jadon Sancho (12) in terms of goals scored in all competitions by teenagers in Europe’s big five leagues.
With his style of play often compared to the likes of Robin van Persie, the player who started out as a midfielder has been enticing high praises from the club supporters. Consequently, now that he has marked his name in the fan favourite list, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be tempted to start matches with the Englishman from here on with half a season left in the remainder.
His precise and controlled play is noteworthy, displaying a strategic resemblance to the Norwegian manager. Plus his fine form in front of goal has even raised doubts regarding which foot the player is best with hitting the balls at.
And now, the football supporters around the globe are eagerly waiting in order to see how the teenager would emerge as his time at Old Trafford grows in the immediate future.