Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to play a number of fringe stars for Manchester United’s Europa League opener against Astana on Thursday night.
Youngsters Tahith Chong , Mason Greenwood and Angel Gomes all came into the side.
And forgotten man Marcos Rojo also got the chance to start.
The defender has had a tough time in the past few seasons.
He made just 12 appearances in the 2017/18 season and followed it up with just six first team games last term.
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Solskjaer tried to ship him out in the summer and was reportedly close to moves to both Everton and Fenerbahce.
But a move never materialised meaning he will stay at Old Trafford for at least another four months.
The 29-year-old has not featured in United’s opening five Premier League games but he seized his opportunity in his first start of the season.
Rojo had a fine game, much to the surprise of many United fans.
Playing in a left-back role, Rojo was playing with confidence and was contributing to attacks with regularity.
And in the second half, he did the unthinkable.
Finding himself in a central area, the defender actually attempted to pull off a Rabona cross. Yes, you heard that right.
And, predictably, the ball went hardly anywhere.
Watch it below:
The guy is a madman. A for effort, but sadly it’s an F for execution.
United eventually won 1-0 on the night, thanks to a late goal from 17-year-old, Greenwood.
While Greenwood will get the plaudits, it was Rojo who was perhaps the Man-of-the-Match on the night.