Manchester United youngster Mason Greenwood became the first teenager to score at least five goals for the Red Devils in a single European campaign.
Greenwood came in the 85th minute and netted the fourth goal as United beat Lask 5-0 to help his side put one foot in the quarter-finals of the Europa League. Odion Ighalo put the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men ahead in the first half before Daniel James made it 2-0. Juan Mata added the third with Greenwood netting the fourth while Andreas Pereira grabbed the fifth goal for his side.
Greenwood's strike was his 13th goal of the season while setting a new record by becoming the first teenager to register five goals for United in a European campaign with the likes of Wayne Rooney and Marcus Rashford previously falling short of the milestone.
Mason Greenwood in the Europa League this season:— Devils of United 🔰 (@DevilsOfUnited) March 12, 2020
📊directly involved in a goal every 66 minutes
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