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Amad Diallo became the first youngest non-British player to ever score in major European competition for Manchester United | Man United Vs AC Milan (1-1)



 Amad Diallo became the first ever youngest player non-British to score in major European competition for Man Utd. 

   His first goal for United came with his first ever shot for Red Devil as the game ended 1-1 draw

 Just Four minutes after replacing injured Anthony Martial on Thursday night against AC Milan in Europa league match, the 18-year-old handed Ole’s squad the lead against AC Milan with a delicious pass from Bruno Fernandes.

  Bruno Fernandes floated a perfect ball over the top and the Ivorian produced a great header over Donnarumma which leads to his first goal for United, With that effort, the 18-year-Old becomes the youngest player of a non-English background to put a ball at the back of the net for the English Club in a European championship at teenager [18 years] and 243 days.

  Interestingly, his first ever shot for the club mark a record in his third appearance for the Man United giants.


  And he also become the first ever player from Cote d’Ivoire to score for the Manchester United in the Champions League and Europa League altogether.


   The goal would have stands as the only difference between Ole’s team and Pioli’s Squad who had Kessie’s first-half effort cancelled by referee Slavko Vincic following [video assistance Referee] VAR’s interference, Milan equalised at the last minute of the game from Simon Kjaer (1-1).

   Man United's fee for Amad could increase to £37 millions with add-ons, back in October on the final day of the transfer window,

   however, the contract remained subject to securing a work permit and personal terms. 

   Manchester United obtained the 18-year-Old Governing Body Exemption this week having applied for it on January 1 and he becomes the first player to be signed and registered under the new [football Association] FA rules which have been implemented post-Brexit.

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