UEFA Celebrates Ighalo’s First Man United Goal In Win vs Club Brugge

February 28, 2020
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European football governing body UEFA has congratulated Odion Ighalo after he scored his first goal for Manchester United in Thursday’s Europa League second-leg round of 32 win against Club Brugge Completesports.com reports.

Ighalo scored in the 34th minute to double United’s lead in his first start.

Also Read: Ferdinand Congratulates Ighalo On First Man United Goal

United went on to win the game 5-0 and progress 6-1 on aggregate.

Commenting on his goal UEFA wrote on their Europa League verified Twitter handle: “Odion Ighalo, First Manchester United start First Manchester United goal.”

United took the lead on 27 minutes through Bruno Fernandes who converted from the penalty spot after Simon Deli handled a goal bound shot.

Other scorers for United were Scott McTominay and Fred who bagged a brace.

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