Manchester United loanee scores Ronaldo style free-kick

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On-loan Manchester United forward Bebe added another stunning goal to his catalogue on Friday night: a 35-yard free-kick stunner which wouldn’t have looked out of place in Cristiano Ronaldo’s collection.

The 23-year-old scored his seventh goal in 10 matches for Pacos de Ferreira - and his second wonder goal inside a week - against Belenenses’s English goalkeeper Matt Jones with an absolute beauty from long range, which can be viewed HERE.

Bebe was the butt of all jokes during his time with the Red Devils in the Premier League, with many questioning how Manchester United had been conned into paying £7.4m for the former Homeless World Cup participant. There were even rumours that members of the United squad wondered if the youngster had won a “Be a pro for a day” competition as a result of his apparent lack of quality.

However, Bebe has proved his doubters wrong this season, and may even have a future at Old Trafford after all. The irony is, of course, that Manchester United have struggled for goals this season, while Bebe has scored nine in 22 matches in the Portuguese top flight this season.

Bebe made seven appearances for the Red Devils in the 2010/11 campaign, scoring two goals in seven matches, but has since been out on loan.

Will David Moyes be tempted to use him as a member of his first-team squad next season? Have your say in the comments section below.

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Tiago Bebe
Manchester United
Premier League

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