Alejandro Garnacho Scored Again In The Stoppage Time To Keep United In The Top-Four Race

Alejandro Garnacho

Alejandro Garnacho’s goal in the injury time helped Manchester United defeat Fulham in injury time on Sun in the English Premier League, giving Manchester United all 3 points as they left the southwest of London.

After 19 games without a goal after joining them, on a free transfer in the last summer, Christian Eriksen finally opened his book by scoring the 1st goal for the red devils in the 14th minute. Just after the mark of and hour, Dan James scored against his old team to pull Fulham even and give Craven Cottage fresh energy, but Alejandro Garnacho’s late heroics left the crowd dissatisfied.

Although there may be questions about his attitude, Garnacho’s brilliance is becoming more apparent with each performance.

In the penultimate Premier League game prior to the World Cup, Man United was facing a terrible outcome until, in injury time, Alejandro Garnacho picked up the ball oat the sideline, drove into the area, exchanged passes with Eriksen, and then slotted a low left-footer past former Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno. It was a magnificent play that had a faint resemblance to his idol Cristiano Ronaldo’s winning goal in this match in 2007, another triumph that came from almost the same part of the field and was decided by a moment of brilliance for a 2-1 score.

Alejandro Garnacho Following Ronaldo’s Footsteps On The Left Side For United?

The prodigiously talented 18-year-maiden old’s Premier League score was evidence of a persistence and hunger that might catapult a lengthy time at the top level, despite Erik ten Hag’s prior comment that “it depends on his mindset” as to how far he can go. Alejandro Garnacho’s domestic hiatus coincides with a string of unfortunate events: he scored the game-winning goal against Real Sociedad in November alone.

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