Aaron Wan-Bissaka Forgetting Which Goal He's Talking About Is Already 2021's Best Moment
Aaron Wan-Bissaka's post-match interview following Manchester United 2-1 Aston Villa was so awkward that it makes for brilliant watching.
Wan-Bissaka played a key role in United's win, providing the assist for Anthony Martial's opening header.
But he was also culpable for Aston Villa's equaliser, after switching off at a quick free kick which Bertrand Traore managed to score from.
Sky Sports' Geoff Shreeves asked the 23-year-old what happened for the goal and he replied: "Which goal was that again sorry?"
:speaking_head: "What goal was that again?"
Aaron Wan-Bissaka talking through all the goals in United's 2-1 win over Aston Villa pic.twitter.com/GMJ7qhqsAc
- Football Daily (@footballdaily) January 1, 2021
Shreeves then repeats: "For Aston Villa's goal, on the free kick."
After taking a second, Wan-Bissaka replies: "Oh the free kick, yeah the quick one. Unfortunate they scored from that, but as you can see we bounced back."
Another key moment in the half saw Wan-Bissaka hook a cross away from Anwar El-Ghazi, who likely would've scored a header.
"Yeah back post. Yeah it was a great recovery from that," the former Crystal Palace man said when describing the clearance.
Not a big talker is he :joy:
- Tom (@TomFPL) January 1, 2021
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funniest interview in a long time
- Blaze Streams (@BlazeStreams) January 1, 2021
this guy mid interview forgetting that he's getting interviewed:sob::sob::sob::sob: https://t.co/BpXomHvZ1i
- Blackbeard 2.0 (@unknown_en99) January 1, 2021
This man is such a machine. He has no idea when a goal is scored he just knows where he was on the pitch. Got to love him https://t.co/T9Lo4HJppR
- Rich (@niceonepal) January 1, 2021
United's win means they are now level on points with Liverpool at the top of the Premier League.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer commended his players following the game and admitted they have improved 'immensely' this campaign.
"Of course we are happy with what we are doing," he explained per Metro. "We have shown we have improved a lot in a year. We lost to Arsenal away last New Year's Day.
"We have improved immensely. We are getting fitter and fitter and stronger and stronger.
"These players have a great age. They are learning and are hungry to learn which is important. They come in every day with a hunger and desire to be the best on match day. They have been focused."
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