Man United fans react to incredible performance from Mason Greenwood vs Bournemouth

Manchester United Football Club just can’t stop winning at the moment! The Red Devils made harder work of it today than they have recently, but they secured the three points which in the end is all that matters.

There were some excellent (and some poor) individual performances from the boys in Red on the day, with all the usual suspects playing their part.

However, here at Old Trafford Faithful, we have to single out Mason Greenwood. From minute one, the young man just looked on it.

Hard work, a willingness to try things, desire and sheer talent. In the end, Greenwood would bag a simply stunning brace to help United on their way – one with either foot…

I’m still not sure which his stronger foot is, heck, I genuinely don’t think he has a preference – just whichever suits during any given scenario. His second today is the perfect example of that

Greenwood’s tally is now fifteen in all competitions. To put that into context, a certain Wayne Rooney scored seventeen in his debut season at Old Trafford. Talk about pedigree…

We’re talking about an extremely special young man who has the potential to go all the way to the absolute top in this game if he desires, which is certainly exciting for the fans who have followed him since his days in the youth setup.

Now, the world is beginning to see his talent on full display and it’s absolutely superb to see all the plaudits heading his way.

Today’s ‘Twitter talk’ contains United fans heaping praise on the incredible rising star after yet another performance that left us all purring. Well played, Mason!

Check out the best tweets about the incredible display from Mason Greenwood vs Bournemouth here:

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