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Jadon Sancho FLOORED two Everton players with brilliant skill, he had Man United fans on their feet

Nasir Jabbar

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Jadon Sancho FLOORED two Everton players with brilliant skill, he had Man United fans on their feet

Jadon Sancho had Manchester United fans on their feet as he FLOORED not one but two Everton players with a brilliant piece of skill.

Erik ten Hag started Sancho against Everton at Old Trafford on Saturday and the star winger repaid his manager's faith, producing a starring performance in attack.

He set up his side's opening goal as he played a tidy ball to Scott McTominay, who smashed home a strike past Jordan Pickford before the break.

And, in the second-half, Sancho embarrassed two Everton players in a moment that got Man United supporters off their feet.

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The 23-year-old ran down the wing, with Amadou Onana and Demarai Gray chasing him down.

But he left both of them on the ground after cutting back, flooring Onana and Gray in the process.

As soon as Sancho cut back and left the Everton players on the floor, Man United fans rose to their feet and got people online talking.

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One Twitter user wrote: "Getting people off their seats… we have a diamond here! Him & Antony will come good when this squad stabilises."

A second tweeted: "Sancho is really coming back into the game and it’s beautiful to watch."

A third added: "This is actually so crazy, how he take down half the defense."

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A fourth said: "Just love how the fans started to stand up."

Another commented: "That one there was a violation."

Sancho returned to the fold in February after Ten Hag cited 'physical and mental' issues.

He's since shown a glimpse of his undeniable ability, having largely failed to impress since his big-money move from Borussia Dortmund.

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The Englishman has played 28 games in all competitions this season, scoring five goals.

He'll be hoping for more minutes under his belt ahead of the rest of the season as the Red Devils continue to fight on three fronts.

Featured Image Credit: via Twitter/Alamy

Topics: Jadon Sancho, Manchester United, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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