Alejandro Garnacho scores his first goal of the season with Manchester United


Alejandro Garnacho scored his first goal of the season with Manchester United in their 3-0 win vs. Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup.

Garnacho started for Manchester United and scored the first goal of the match. The ball fell to the Argentina inside the penalty area and his effort on target deflected off the defender and went into the back of the net.

The 19 year old started the first two Premier League matches of the season for Manchester United but has since been a substitute.


  1. The lack of playing time for our upcoming talents is not a good sign.
    Garnacho is not always a starter
    Perrone is now on the bench at Las Palmas
    Romero hardly makes the bench at Milan
    Paz was amongst Real reserves in August. Not anymore.
    Echeverri rarely gets minutes at River.
    Buananotte is missing in the Brighton lineup.

    • I feel like some of these situations will correct themselves. Let’s not forget that like 3 years ago mundo was exploding because Mac Allister was only getting minutes in Fa Cup matches against second division teams and well, now he’s at Liverpool. I feel like Buonanotte is probably in a similar situation. I’m certain that Perrone will start getting more minutes over the next month or so. This kind of stuff has happened before. With Luka Romero we just need to hope for a loan move.

    • I guess it’s just a matter of time before they start getting more minutes. Soule and Barranechea, for example, were not getting any minutes with Juventus but are regular starters now for Frosinone. Perrone was in bench at City last year but now atleast getting minutes at Las Palmas. Echeverri though is just 17 and he along with Prestianni and Mastantuono are 3 juveniles and for sure have a great future ahead. Now for them though is the sub 17 world cup starting in November. Of all I really feel Paz and Romero needs to move on loan to other clubs to get playing time. Buannontte for sure will play and learn more under Di Zerbi

  2. Alejo Veliz has been doing well in trainings..

    “It is said that Veliz has ” impressed Postecoglou and his coaches” during training sessions through the week, and it was noted that his “finishing in particular [has been] lethal,” which led to him making the bench for the North London derby. “

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