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UEFA Reacts After Manchester United’s Star Sets A New UCL Record With A Late Goal

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UEFA has reacted after Manchester United football club youngster Anthony Elanga set a new record, after netting an injury time goal in his team’s hard-fought draw against Atletico Madrid football club at Estadio Wanda Metropolitano on Wednesday night.

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The 19 years old has been impressive for the Red Devils since the beginning of the season, and he was able to play another vital role in his team’s draw.

Anthony Elanga was introduced to the pitch in the second half of the game, and he was able to make an instant impact for his team in the game.

Joao Felix opened scoring for Atletico Madrid football club in the 7th minutes before substitute Anthony Elanga equalized for the Red Devils in the 80th minutes to end the match in a 1-1 draw.

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With Anthony Elanga’s second half goal, it means he has set a new record by becoming his country’s youngest player to score in the UEFA Champions League.

Reacting after Anthony Elanga sets a new record, UEFA posted on their verified Twitter handle that;

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“🇸🇪 Anthony Elanga becomes the youngest Swedish goalscorer in the Champions League (19 years, 302 days) ⚽️.”

The 19 years old will now be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance for the Red Devils when they play their next game.

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