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CR7 style, the Garnacho’s detail against Luton that got United fans crazy

The Argentine striker keeps on following the steps of his great idol

By Mario Perez

Alejandro Garnacho revealed the secret of his great performances.
Alejandro Garnacho revealed the secret of his great performances.
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Manchester United’s Argentine striker Alejandro Garnacho was one of the best players on the pitch for the Red Devils in their 1-2 win against Luton Town in Kenilworth Road on the twenty-fifth day of the 2023/2024 Premier League season, showing several important details on the pitch that impressed the football fans.

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The Argentine 19-year-old player, who was involved in the second goal of United against the Hatters given to Rasmus Hojlund, was especially crafty and destabilizing for the rivals and left his landmark during the game.

The ‘little bug’, as he has been called by the football fans making reference to his fanaticism for the Portuguese superstar, got the Manchester United fans excited with incredible attacking actions and he was about to extend the lead of the Red Devils with a missed chance in the game.

In addition, he could pay tribute to his idol with a shocking detail that caused a wave of comments on social media, fueling the controversy about his constant attempts to emulate the steps of Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United and European football.

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What’s the detail boosting the confidence of Garnacho?

At the end of the game against Luton, Garnacho remembered one of the keys of his last incredible performances with the Red Devils, as since the game played against West Ham, where he was clinical for United, he has worn a new model of Nike boots paying tribute to CR7 with the logo of Garnacho’s idol engraved on the template, undoubtedly a real inspiration for the Argentine striker to take Manchester United back to their glory days.

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