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Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandez hails ‘big talent’ Kobbie Mainoo after top display in win over Wolves

Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandez has eulogized Ghanaian youngster Kobbie Mainoo following his outstanding performance against Wolverhampton Wonderers.

The 18-year-old scored a sensation curler after gliding through Wolves’ defense before curling home in the 97th minute.

The game was headed for a thrilling 3-3 when the exciting youngster stole the winner for the Red Devils.

After the game, Bruno Fernandez indicated he knew the Ghanaian youngster will become a top player after watching him play at the U-18 level.

“He’s a big talent. I have seen it in the past. I saw him play for the Under-18’s two or three years ago and I said to a friend who was in Manchester and wanted to see some youth games, I said at the time the name of Kobbie [was one to watch]. We didn’t know he was going to be this talent and this player.”

Meanwhile, Kobbie Mainoo has described his first Premier League goal for Manchester United as a dream come true.

“It’s a dream come true. Wolves is a tough place to come, they are on a good home run here, so we had to get the win. I haven’t come down from it, I still feel like I’m dreaming to be honest. You [interviewer] are going to have to give me a second to come back to it.”



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