Former Manchester United player Paul Scholes statement resurfaced after Europa league match between his former side and Real Sociedad yesterday.
After the one goal from Argentina youngster Alejandro Garnacho giving United the three points after the last minute's whistle, Scholes didn't hold his tears of joy. He didn't hesitate to heaping a lot of praise on Garnacho.
He claims the youngster who has proved to be terrible to defenders is a real talent. From his capability of playing both on the right wing and left wing, Scholes alleges that he might give defenders very hard time this season and the opponents could cause themselves problems if he is not watched on well.
"There are not many wide players these days that can beat a man on either side. I think he’s capable of going down the left, or going down the right. He looks like he’s got a goal in him. He’s got an assist in him. The players being injured – Martial, Sancho, Antony – probably will help him. But this lad is a real talent." Scholes said.
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