Former Manchester United captain, Wayne Mark Rooney held the record of scoring 15 English Premier League goals for the Red Devils before turning 20 years old. He ended up scoring 208 total EPL goals becoming United's all time top scorer. In his tenure as a captain he led United to the glory of the Europa Leagiee and rhe FA Cup.
The Red Devils today thrashed Burnley 3-1 at Old Trafford with the match finishing goalless for the first half. The second half was a thtiller as 4 goals were scored between the two sides. Rashford, Paul Pogba and Donny Van de Beek all provided assists as Fernandes once again failed to register any goal contribution.
Greenwood scored two goals as Cavani netted the third for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer men. Greenwood's two strikes were good enough to enable him equal the long standing record of former United ace, Rooney, as they totalled to 15 EPL goals before his 20th birthday. He is one of the most promising young talents that the UK can offer together with Man City midfielder, Phil Foden.
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