IShowSpeed hilariously mistakes former Man United star Louis Saha for Paul Pogba
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American YouTube sensation IShowSpeed hilariously mistook former Manchester United striker Louis Saha for Paul Pogba.
The 17-year-old was present at Craven Cottage for United’s Premier League clash against Fulham and was in the Sky Sports studio prior to kick-off.
When meeting Saha, Speed hilariously said: “Hold on, I know you, Pogba?”, which drew laughter from Saha. You can watch the footage below.
That was not the first time Speed has mistaken a former United player, during the Carabao Cup clash between United and Aston Villa in midweek, Speed mistook Patrick Crerand for David Beckham at Old Trafford.
Speed came all the way from America to England in order to try and watch his idol, Cristiano Ronaldo play live for United.
However, he was disappointed not once, but twice as Ronaldo was left out of the squad against Villa and was also missing from the travelling party for the match against Fulham.
After missing the chance to watch Ronaldo against Villa, Speed tweeted: “I’m crying right now I flew all the way to Manchester to see Ronaldo and he is not playing.”
However, he will be happy with the result of the match as United battled to record a hard-fought 2-1 win over the newly promoted side.
Erik ten Hag’s side went ahead thanks to a goal by Christian Eriksen in the 14th minute. In the second half, Fulham hit back as former United player Dan James tapped home the equaliser in the 61st minute.
It looked like the points were to be shared between the two teams as the game approached the 90th minute, however, United had other ideas.
Young Argentina star Alejandro Garnacho managed to drill home the winner in the second minute of stoppage time to win the game for United, sparking jubilant scenes in the away section.
ALEJANDRO GARNACHO!! ⚡💥— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) November 13, 2022
A new star is born...🌟 pic.twitter.com/cIokBafVTB
After the match, Bruno Fernandes heaped praise on the United youngster. He said on Sky Sports: “He has a lot of talent and his work rate together with the talent makes a big difference with us from the bench. It's not the first time he makes a big impact for us. We are really happy for him and know he can give us goals, and assists and prove the joy of football.
“I think everyone is seeing signs that [he can go all the way]. Not because of his goals and assists but the way he comes into the game. Nobody likes to be on the bench so the attitude he has when he comes off has been fantastic. He deserves the chances he's been having and he's got his rewards. That's what football's about.”