MU has just experienced a very strenuous match on St. Peter. Southampton's Mary's in the 10th Premier League round on November 29. The army of Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was led by "The Saints" to 2 goals after Jan Bednarek's header and a beautiful free kick of James Ward-Prowse.
Cavani created once before scolding a brace to help Mu won the Southampton 3-2
Thought MU would have to receive a humiliating defeat, everything changed dizzily since the time of rookie Edinson Cavani came to the field from the second half to replace Mason Greenwood. In the 59th minute, the former PSG star passed the ball from the right asphalt to Bruno Fernandes to his leg to shorten the score to 1-2 for "Red Devils".
Cavani's class was confirmed then thanks to two excellent heads into a table in the 74th and 90 + 2 minutes to help the visitors win 3-2 incompluated by Southampton's landlord. History true called MU's new "No. 7" name.
Cavani became MU's second player in history while scoring has just created since entering the courtyard in a guest match in the English Premier League. The striker named "bullfighters" recently recreated 18 years ago as the legendary Dutch Legend Ruud van Nistelrooy used to work on the Valley of Charlton Athletic in 2002.
With 2 goals with a combination in the match against Southampton, Cavani also became MU's first player after 21 years of shoe marks in 3 goals or more of the "Red Devils" since entering the field benches. Earlier, the current coach of this team, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer once entered the pitch and recorded 4 goals in MU's match with Nottingham Forest in February 1999.
Cavani became a "superpecified" of MU as Solskjaer used to do in February 1999 in the match against Nottingham Forest in the Premier League