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“Different class” Fans single out one Manchester United starlet in first half of Young Boys clash

“Different class” Fans single out one Manchester United starlet in first half of Young Boys clash

Manchester United rotate against Young Boys

Manchester United have already finished atop their Champions League group, and therefore it was a heavily rotated side that Ralf Rangnick opted for.

Amad Diallo, Anthony Elanga, Donny Van De Beek and Eric Bailly all got a run out at Old Trafford, as Rangnick opted for 11 changes from the side that beat Crystal Palace 1-0.

And it was not long before they took the lead against the Swiss side, with Mason Greenwood producing an outrageous finish in the opening minutes to open the scoring.

The goal, in turn, meant that he has now netted the most European goals for the club before turning 21, overtaking fellow academy graduate Marcus Rashford.

An equally brilliant strike from Reider ensured that the sides went into the interval all square, but that did not stop the praise.

“Different class”: Fans react to Greenwood’s first half

It was not just the goal that had fans in awe either, with Greenwood providing several gorgeous passes in the first 45 as well as the brilliant strike.

As a result, fans were quick to take to social media to express their appreciation for the youngster.

Will he start again on Saturday?

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