The Manchester United star has copied Cristiano Ronaldo’s delight in front of Sir Alex Ferguson’s eyes. After scoring for the Red Devils in the FA Youth Cup final winning last night.
Manchester United ‘s youngster Alejandro Carnacho mimicked Cristiano Ronaldo’s trademark celebration of goal during Manchester United’s FA Youth Cup final victory club. The Red Devils won this year’s Youth Cup at Old Trafford. Marked their 11th title after beating Nottingham Forest 3-1 last night.
The games competed among a record audience of more than 67,000. A number of celebrities including Sir Alex Ferguson and Sam Allardyce watching from the stands. One of the highlights of the game came in the 78th minute. When Carnacho fired from the penalty spot to give United back in the lead. Run to celebrate the goal by mimicking Ronaldo’s SIU celebration.
Ronaldo’s goal celebration has followed him throughout his career at Real Madrid and Juventus. It has become a symbol of his CR7 brand, despite United winning the Youth Championship. Cup easily But Carnacho’s penalty was a much needed one. When both teams were tied 12 minutes before the end of the match In the first half, Reese Bennett scored United’s first goal before being equalized by Forest’s youngster Joshua Powell from distance before half-time.
The Red Devils then got a penalty from Carnacho’s foul in the penalty area in the 78th minute and the 17-year-old winger rose to kill himself before failing. Running to cheer in the style of senior teammate CR7, “that kid can stand on any pitch in the world and take that penalty,” says Travis Binnion, Man U18s coach. United said, “His future is great. And all his teammates are important too.”
Argentina’s Carnacho became the real star of the game with United’s third goal, which went into a deflected goal. He received great applause from home supporters, including manager legend Ferguson. The Red Devils won the Youth Cup for the first time since a UFABET team with Paul Pogba lifted the trophy in 2011.
The Manchester Evening News also reports that many of Manchester United’s first-team players have come to cheer on the youth team to the edge of the pitch , including Eric Bailly, David de Gea and Bruno Fair. Nandes, Phil Jones, Scott McTominay and captain Harry Maguire, as well as representatives from the ‘Class of 92’ squad Ryan Giggs and Ni. Nicky Butt didn’t miss it either.