The failed instructions of the Bournemouth players to stop Manchester United prodigy Mason Greenwood
‘Don’t let him turn’: Incredible new footage reveals Bournemouth players’ instructions to keep Mason Greenwood from getting to his left … before Manchester United wonderkid used his weaker foot to score!
- Images of Mason Greenwood’s second goal against Bournemouth have emerged
- The United youngster had another dazzling game when he grabbed braces
- Players from Bournemouth can be heard not letting him shoot to the left
- The 18-year-old uses his right foot and shoots past Aaron Ramsdale
Mason Greenwood has terrorized the defense since the Premier League reboot, and new footage has revealed the panic he’s causing opponents after the Manchester United wonderkid’s latest dazzling performance.
The 18-year-old grabbed braces during United’s 5-2 win over Bournemouth on Saturday, while both punches thundered past the helpless Aaron Ramsdale.
His Old Trafford display takes him to eight Premier League goals this season, and the youngster has earned countless praise for his ability to finish with both feet.
New footage has appeared of Bournemouth players trying to quit Mason Greenwood
The Manchester United prodigy grabbed braces on Saturday in another dazzling display
And despite efforts to stop the youngster, Bournemouth failed to do so effectively
And images released by BT Sport from the game shows, the defense of Bournemouth tries to suppress the threat posed by Greenwood, while the Premier League wrestlers wanted to achieve a surprising result at Old Trafford.
As Nemanja Matic lays the ball in Greenwood’s path, a Bournemouth player can be heard shouting ‘don’t turn him around’, trying to stop the youngster with his left foot on target – scoring his goal. first of the game.
Instead, Greenwood takes the ball around the defender and passes the ball past Ramsdale with his right to the cherry guard’s fury.
Bournemouth goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale expressed anger at his defenders for their decline
Greenwood has now scored eight Premier League goals this season and continues to impress
United legend Rio Ferdinand praised Greenwood’s performance for the club this season
Greenwood’s performance confirmed the opinion of a number of experts by proclaiming that the Englishman is the next big talent to come through the United Youth system.
“He’s a phenomenal talent this boy,” said Rio Ferdinand. “If the game is there for him, he can do whatever he wants.
“He has so much talent, if he can keep his head on his shoulders, which I think he will do, he will be a player for many seasons to come.”
The excitement surrounding the teen has made comparisons between Greenwood and a number of Old Trafford heroes from a bygone era.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said Greenwood is a better finisher at the same age than Wayne Rooney
Solskjaer played alongside Rooney when the latter was a hugely talented youngster at United
The 18-year-old is getting closer to Wayne Rooney’s record of goals scored by a player of that age, nine, when he got through to Everton. United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer paid tribute to the youngster’s special talent.
“No, I don’t think I’ve seen a better finisher at that age,” said the United boss. “I’ve seen Wayne Rooney at the same age and Mason is a specialist finisher and specialist goalscorer. He knows exactly what to do with the ball when he is on the field. When he shoots, he scores and gets better.
“I don’t want to compare Mason to Wazza or Cristiano (Ronaldo), I don’t think that’s fair. The boy will create his own career and he does it his own way.
“They’ve both had a great career, and I’m sure if Mason continues to do the right things and make the right decisions, he’ll have a great career, too. We have always known that there is a special child there.
“He is a fantastic goalscorer and he scored for us in very important moments of the match. He has a left foot to enter, but defenders should worry about going out as he can score on his right.
“We’ll just cherish him and manage himself and give him more and more minutes.”