Following Newcastle United’s brilliant 1-0 win over Manchester United at the weekend, fans have taken to social media in absolute awe over Allan Saint-Maximin who put on a potential Man of the Match display for the home crowd.
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The Frenchman was instrumental in securing the victory, proving a real handful for United’s back line in a bright display.
On the day, Saint-Maximin completed four dribbles (via WhoScored), more than anyone else on the pitch, showing the problems he caused Manchester United’s defence.
The 22-year-old bagged six goals and five assists in Ligue 1 for Nice last season, and if he can improve those numbers to go with his immense dribbling ability, he could well be a dangerous weapon for Steve Bruce this campaign.
It was a performance worthy of constant applause, and nobody has hailed his match-winning heroics more than the fans themselves.
You can have a look at what they have had to say below:
Knowing #NUFC, If he keeps playing like that, he’ll be sold in January 😫
— petethemeat (@petethemeat) 10 October 2019
Legend already 😎
— James Armstrong 👨🚀 (@jamesarmstrong) October 10, 2019
Keep him fit and he will be a massive asset for us. Just for causing mayhem for defenders. Get a bit more clinical when it matters and he’ll be amazing
— Richard Gilfedder (@RichGilfedder) October 11, 2019
There’s something about #nufc and French wingers that just works. Ginola, Robert, Ben Arfa and this lad looks like a handful too 🙌🏼👏🏻
— Phillwillkill (@Phillwillkill) October 11, 2019
He needs to work on his end product but he will certainly terrify defences this season if he keeps playing like that.
— Aaron Nash (@ApatheticPawn) October 10, 2019
@asaintmaximin Booooom! On fire! First time seeing your highlights! 💪🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
— Chris Moore (@Chrism00res) October 10, 2019
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A star was born.
— thereal andrew young (@temperamentalan) 10 October 2019
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