Diallo Performance Against Blackburn Rovers Which Made Fans Happy
By Malelah | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 5 views
New Manchester United boy Amad Diallo has lit up the internet today after some magical performance against Blackburn Rovers under 23 yesterday. Many Manchester United fans has praised the boy and has asked coach to promote him to the first team.
The red devils under 23 yesterday got a another huge win of 6-4 against their opponent Blackburn Rovers, Amad Traore Diallo got one goal and three assists against Blackburn yesterday.
This was the second time that Diallo features for United since his arrival at Old Trafford and on his first game against Liverpool he score a brace. This boy will be dangerous against opponent's in the near future.
With his name already in the squad for Europa league, new signing for United will be playing for United and fans are eagerly waiting to see him in the senior team.
This is how fans reacted after his performance yesterday and send a message to coach Ole gunner that he is ready for senior team:
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