Mason Greenwood has been one of the most talented youngsters in the English Premier League this season and he was able to prove himself as he came on as a substitute in Manchester United's victory against Tottenham.
Manchester United fell behind in the early stages of the match after Heung Min Son scored in the first half of the game to give the host the lead. Mason Greenwood came on as a substitute and scored Manchester United's third goal of the game to seal the victory and complete the comeback.
Mason Greenwood is now the first teenager to score and assist as a substitute for Manchester United in the Premier League and this was a record that has been in existence since 2003 and it was held by Cristiano Ronaldo.
At his young age, he is already breaking the record of one of the greatest players in the history of football.
There has always been a debate that Mason Mount is better than Mason Greenwood. Come to think of this, Mason Mount has not broken any of Ronaldo's or Messi's record before but Mason Greenwood has.
Source: Opta Joe.
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