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Alejandro Garnacho makes young Man United fan cry with gift after overhead kick vs Everton

Josh Lawless

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Alejandro Garnacho makes young Man United fan cry with gift after overhead kick vs Everton

Alejandro Garnacho surprised a Manchester United fan after his incredible overhead kick goal against Everton.

Garnacho opened the scoring in stunning fashion at Goodison Park, producing the most outrageous acrobatic strike past Jordan Pickford from Diogo Dalot's cross.

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He replicated Cristiano Ronaldo's heroics against Juventus for Real Madrid and then performed two tributes to his idol in the form of goal celebrations.

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After Garnacho's goal of the season contender, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial were on target as United kept up their impressive winning run in the Premier League.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

United players were back in training on Monday and Garnacho brought a young supporters to tears with a wonderful gesture made outside Carrington.

Massive United George asked the Argentine to sign a photo of his glorious goal, telling him it was the best he's "ever seen" and was even better than Wayne Rooney's against Manchester United in 2011.

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Garnacho wasn't sure but after signing the item, he had a special birthday surprise for the young lad.

The 19-year-old proceeded to give him the Ronaldo-inspired Nike Mercurial Vapor 15 Dream Speed 7 boots - the same pair in which he scored his greatest ever goal in a day prior.

George was overjoyed and immediately thanked Garnacho. He asked him to sign the cleats but the winger was already one step ahead.

Image: X/@thestandleyboys
Image: X/@thestandleyboys
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He had signed on the boots, as well as leaving a personalised message on the box, which read "For my friend George with love, happy birthday".

The little lad sobbed with happiness and said that United's No.17 is "the best in the world".

George and his brother Harry regularly interact with Garnacho, who gifted them shirts with his new number on the back back in September.

The video, posted online, has racked up over 500,000 vi

Featured Image Credit: X/@thestandleyboys

Topics: Alejandro Garnacho, Manchester United, Premier League, Everton

Josh Lawless
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