Mason Greenwood is some talent.
The Manchester United starlet rifled in a superb equaliser for Manchester United in their 3-2 victory over Liverpool at Old Trafford.
After Marcus Rashford picked up the ball from out wide, the England striker expertly picked out Greenwood who struck a fierce volley from a tight angle past Alisson Becker to level the scoreline following Mohamed Salah’s opener.
The United wonderkid made it look easy – and pictures have emerged showing that he even had to overcome Andrew Robertson’s best efforts to put him off.
You can have a look at Robertson’s cheeky attempt to put him off, below…
The fourth-round clash got off to an intense, end-to-end start, with Liverpool finding the breakthrough in the 18th minute.
Roberto Firmino threaded a pass between Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof to Mohamed Salah, who was played onside by the latter and coolly lifted the ball over Henderson.
United made it 1-1 in the 26th minute with Greenwood’s delightful volley as the two sides headed into the break.
Rashford then coolly put United ahead only for Salah to level with his second of the match, setting up a grandstand finish in which star man Fernandes came off the bench to score a super free-kick winner.
A home clash against West Ham is the reward for the Red Devils, who Solskjaer led to victory against Liverpool at the fifth time of asking – 22 years to the day after scoring the winner against them at the same stage of the competition.
Defeat made this the fifth time in six seasons that the Reds had failed to progress beyond the fourth round of the FA Cup under Klopp, whose poor start to 2021 continued as they lost on enemy territory.