Smith Rowe’s goal makes the Red Devils unhappy

Thu 02 December 2021 | 22:34

Manchester United’s players and fans are unhappy with Smith Rowe’s bizarre goal.

Manchester United



in a game that had some bizarre scenes, especially when the Gunners’ young talent

Emile Smith Rowe

scored the first goal of the game in the 13th minute giving the visitors the lead, while

David De Gea

was down injured.

The high-profile goalkeeper had a clash with his teammate Fred during the opposition’s corner, and then he fell holding his foot in pain meanwhile Harry Maguire headed the ball away, and Mohamed Elneny received the ball and passed it to Smith Rowe, who found the net with a shot from 20 yards away from the goal which made the Red Devils unhappy right away.

After some debates between the players and the referee, Martin Atkinson decided to allow the goal, which made the home side unhappy and their head coach angry.

Smith Rowe’s goal in the 13th minute of the game made him the second-youngest scorer for Arsenal in a Premier League game at Old Trafford, while the youngest player to score for the Gunners is Nicolas Anelka, who scored in February 1999 when he was 19 years and 340 days old.

But Smith Rowe’s early goal was not enough for the Gunners to collect any points as the Red Devils managed to come back and win the game 3-1 in Carrick’s last match as the club’s head coach.

source: SportMob

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