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Alex Telles has just scored an incredible volley to bring Manchester United level against Villarreal in the Champions League.
Paco Alcacer put the Spanish outfit ahead eight minutes into the second half after dominating the first period.
United then started to put pressure on and on the hour mark, Telles brought Old Trafford unglued with a moment of magic.
Bruno Fernandes floated a lovely free-kick to the edge of the area and Telles smashed home emphatically for his first United goal.
Fans have reacted to the strike and they think it could be the best moment of the defender's career in England.
Telles just scored the goal I've tried to do on FIFA for the last five years
- Fredrik (@F_Edits) September 29, 2021
IT'S BRILLIANT FROM ALEX TELLES:bangbang:
Wonderful volley and Man Utd tie it up.pic.twitter.com/YpMglfzUBL
- PointsBet Sportsbook (@PointsBetUSA) September 29, 2021
My God. Telles. Astonishing goal. United's strategy seems to make something out of nothing. They have done a lot of nothing. That was some something
- Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) September 29, 2021
Arjen Robben or Alex Telles?
Almost a carbon copy of the famous volley Robben scored against United all those years ago. Incredible strike. Big goal for United who were looking a bit short of ideas.
- EiF (@EiFSoccer) September 29, 2021
Alex Telles just Arjen Robben'd that ball into the back of the net.- Jonas Adnan Giæver (@CheGiaevara) September 29, 2021
Somewhere, Louis van Gaal is nodding in approval pic.twitter.com/hBuNp9nP9w
Telles did Robben omg that was disgusting- Devil'z Advoc4te (@DAdvoc4te) September 29, 2021
Telles started ahead of Luke Shaw after the latter came off with an injury during Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa.
It's United's first goal in over 200 minutes of football and they'll be desperate to get their second win in five games.
David de Gea made a number of saves in the first half to keep the scores level before Alcacer finally beat the Spain international.
Victory for United is vital after losing their first game in Group F against Young Boys earlier this month.
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