Not many football fans had heard about Adnan Januzaj before this summer.
The young Belgian started to show what he is capable of in Manchester United's pre-season games and was one of their best players and he has brought this form into the new campaign.
Born in Belgium to Kosovar-Albanian parents, Adnan Januzaj has joined the Red Devils in 2011 as a 16-year-old after impressing with Belgian club Anderlecht.
It was Sir Alex Ferguson who saw the talented winger and a year later he promoted him to the first team, but he didn't end up playing. Januzaj also won the 2013 Denzil Haroun Reserve Team Player of the Year award at the age of 18.
New manager David Moyes brought Januzaj into United's first team for the pre-season tour and the winger showed his qualities and was one the top performers. Moyes evidently saw this and is now giving him chances in the first team.
His big moment finally came on Saturday when he notched a brace to lead United to victory during the game against Sunderland.
After the Black Cats were leading 1-0, Januzaj scored his first Premier League after turning home a Patrice Evra cross.
A few minutes later, the winger showed class and volleyed home a tremendous goal which won the game.
On Saturday, we clearly saw what this boy is capable of and now it's clear he has to be given the chance to shine at United.
The Red Devils need to add something to their squad and Januzaj could be the man to send their season into the right direction.
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