Mason Greenwood has quickly become one of the hottest properties in world football during the 2019/20 season.
The 18-year-old forward has been on fire for Manchester United since the restart of the English season, scoring three goals in his last two Premier League starts.
Against Bournemouth on Saturday, Greenwood was simply unplayable as the Bradford-born teenager scored twice in a 5-2 win for the Red Devils.
United fans have, understandably, waxed lyrical about the teenage sensation in the aftermath of the game, with both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Marcus Rashford also heaping praise on him.
Even BT Sport added to the Greenwood-mania yesterday by tweeting out a video of the reaction of the Bournemouth defenders before his second goal on Saturday.
Lesson learned, never let the boy wonder turn in the box.
Another interesting detail on Greenwood's brace from Saturday afternoon was the fact that the Englishman scored once with his left and then the other with his right.
His ambidexterity is pretty common knowledge these days, but many will probably not know that Greenwood has actually taken free-kicks with his supposed 'weaker' right-foot.
Mental, right? Well, prepare to be wowed by the compilation below, which details just how two-footed the United prodigy is.
He not only takes free-kicks with his right peg - he scores them as well!
But think he only risked shots with his right-foot from a dead-ball situation while with United's youth teams? Think again!
Back in January, Greenwood was given the responsibility of penalty taker during United's 6-0 win away at Tranmere in the FA Cup and he nonchalantly caressed the ball home with his right.
It's a skill that few players in world football possess.
His ability to deliver world-class results from either side of his body will put even more doubt in the minds of opposing defenders.
'Just force him onto his weaker side' is a common go-to for defenders and against Greenwood, it simply will not work.
In case you didn't know, United have a generational talent on their hands.
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