With Romanian defender Radu Dragusin, who is drawing attention after saying, “I will go to Real Madrid in three to four years” due to Tottenham’s inauguration, set to make his debut in an away match against Manchester United on the 15th, a player who is also drawing attention from home team Manchester United also appeared.
It is Alejandro Garnacho, the young gun of Manchester United, who is said to have booked this year’s FIFA Puskas Award a prize given to the player who scores the most wonderful goal by scoring a fantastic bicycle kick.
Garnacho scored a goal in the match against Tottenham and promised a “dog barking ceremony.” He also said he would hold a ceremony for superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, whom he admires.
The promise came in an interview with famous American teenage rapper and YouTuber “I Show Speed.”
“I Show Speed usually called Speed,” whose real name is Darren Jason Watkins Jr., has 22 million YouTube subscribers.
Garnacho in Manchester, England, was connected to his live broadcast.
According to a live broadcast released by United District, a social network specializing in Manchester United, Garnacho said that if he scores a goal against Tottenham while talking to Speed, he will first perform Ronaldo’s unique Siu known as a “hoop” ceremony in Korea ceremony, which draws both arms as an “X” and then bark like a dog.
Speed then followed Garnacho’s motion in his room. Garnacho nodded and responded that Speed’s motion was correct.
Garnacho, who was born in 2004 and turns 20 in July this year, has emerged as Manchester United’s hope of scoring as strikers have been silent one after another this season.
Of course, he has played in 18 Premier League games this season, scoring only three goals and helping two, but he has been in good condition recently.
In the away game against Everton on November 27 last year, he jumped from the penalty area in the third minute of the first half and surprised soccer fans around the world by scoring fantastic right-footed bikle kicks played by Wayne Rooney and Ronaldo in the past.
It became more famous after an anecdote was revealed that he was practicing this movement before scoring against Everton and heard a pinzan from his coach saying, “Do more heading practice.”
His words and actions as a teenager are also drawing keen attention. As an idol of Lionel Messi’s rival Ronaldo as the Argentine national team member, he promised to stage a “dog-barking” ceremony by launching a scoring gun in the match against Tottenham. It is curious whether he will be able to create a goal storm in his debut match with Dragousin, who wrote “the greatest transfer story of all time.” 스포츠토토