In the game of football, records are created while some others are broken. It doesn't mean that the person that's breaking other people's records, is better than that other person but at that point, he's probably at the best of his game.
Manchester United young teenager and prolific attacker Mason Greenwood who's been in great form of recent, doesn't look like he's stopping anytime soon in every game, he keeps striving to score despite being just 19 years old.
Manchester United came from behind to beat Aston Villa 3:1 at Villa park today, and the young attacker scored the second goal.
That goal took his tally of goals in the Premier League to 16 as a teenager for Manchester United, thereby breaking the 15 goals set by Wayne Rooney, 13 goals set by Rashford, 12 goals set by Ryan Giggs and 8 goals set by Cristiano Ronaldo all for Manchester United as teenagers.
Manchester United are currently second in the premier league table with 70 points and a game at hand, while leaders Manchester City are on 80 points and have 3 games left.
With the prolific form of Mason Greenwood, do you see him scoring more goals before this season runs out?
Credit: B/R Football. MUFC Official Twitter page
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