Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed United star, Mason Greenwood, after a win against Burnley on Sunday evening.
Solskjaer says Greenwood has shown his talent once again and how relevant he is in the United squad.
The Norwegian says the Englishman has stepped up and performed at his level after scoring two goals in a 3-1 win against Burnley in the PL clash.
Greenwood equalled Wayne Rooney's record of scoring 15 premier league goals as a teenager as reported by Sky Sports.
And Solskjaer says the teenager deserved to be at that status claiming he could be a better player in the future if his performance will be consistent.
Manchester United has now 66 points and in the second position on the PL table.
With 8 points behind City, there are slight hopes for the Premier League title for the Old Trafford club.
United fans are waiting to see how the Reds Devils will finish the season given 6 games only remaining in this campaign.
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