Manchester United followers imagine that teen Isak Hansen-Aaroen is destined for giant issues after he scored his first aim for the Below-18s on Friday.
Hansen-Aaoren joined United in the summertime from Tromso, although it was a couple of weeks earlier than he was formally confirmed because of worldwide clearance, and he has already been making a giant impression within the youth ranks.
He turned Tromso’s youngest-ever participant when he made his debut on the age of 15 years and 319 days and now, at solely 16, he has turn into a daily in United’s U18s facet in addition to making appearances for the Below-23s within the EFL Trophy – a sport during which he scored in a victorious penalty shoot-out in opposition to Rochdale.
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Now the skilful playmaker has grabbed his first aim for the membership in open play and he did so in type in a 4-1 victory at Middlesbrough.
United’s children had been already 3-1 up when Hansen-Aaroen dodged a sliding sort out in direction of the best of the field and got here away with the ball. He then despatched one other defender sprawling with a deft feint to evade a problem earlier than reducing again on to his proper foot and hammering the ball into the highest nook as one other defender got here flying in.
It was a incredible aim. notable not just for the talent however the tenacity and willpower to struggle off three challenges earlier than confidently beating the goalkeeper.
Hansen-Aaroen continues to be solely younger and it’ll probably be years earlier than we see him within the first workforce, however followers are nonetheless enthusiastic about his prospects and have been raving about his aim.
Hansen-Aaroen isn’t the one new younger arrival to make a powerful begin to life in Manchester this season.
Striker Joe Hugill added two extra objectives to his ever-growing tally within the match and former Actual Madrid left-back Alvaro Fernandez scored his first aim for the membership with an excellent strike from distance within the Below-23’s current 5-2 victory in opposition to Brighton.