Manchester United Fans Are In Awe As Kobbie Mainoo’s Stunning Strike Reminds Memories Of Macheda’s Iconic Goal!

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After his stunning goal against Liverpool, Kobbie Mainoo received a standing ovation from the Manchester United fans.

Luis Diaz had given Liverpool the lead at Old Trafford, but Bruno Fernandes pulled one back before Mainoo’s superb effort put United ahead.

Although Mohamed Salah’s penalty later held Liverpool to a 2-2 draw, 18-year-old Mainoo’s strike grabbed much of the attention as he had an incredible breakout season.

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Federico Macheda’s iconic strike for United against Aston Villa 15 years ago, when the 17-year-old scored what turned out to be a pivotal goal in the title chase, was compared to that game this week.

Mainoo’s strike, which was his third goal overall, was scored in a manner reminiscent of Macheda’s.

Journalist Mark Ogden wrote on X: ‘Mainoo doing a Macheda there, 15 years on from the original’.

A United fan, meanwhile, commented, ‘Mainoo is world class man’

Another fan called Mainoo’s goal as ‘incredible’. They wrote: ‘KOBBIE MAINOO YOU BEAUTY. WHAT A GOAL!!!. MAINOO THAT IS INCREDIBLEEEEE’.

One user stated that Mainoo, who recently made his senior England debut, is a ‘generational talent’. They wrote: ‘England have found true and true Generational Talent, this one isn’t going to flop..

‘His name is KOBBIE MAINOO, What a Player!!! What a Goal!!’.

Journalist Richard Amofa also compared Mainoo’s goal to Macheda’s effort.

He wrote: ‘April 5, 2009: Macheda for Man Utd vs Aston Villa April 7, 2024: Mainoo for United vs Liverpool’ and sharing identical pictures of the two goals.

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