Manchester United supporters are buzzing with excitement over a leaked video showcasing Rasmus Hojlund’s impressive skills during a training session with the Denmark national team.
Hojlund, who made his debut for Man United against Arsenal last month after his £72 million transfer, has already made quite an impact, scoring three goals for the club. His debut goal against Bayern Munich and a stunning brace against Galatasaray were standout moments.
Now, the 20-year-old is eager to open his Premier League scoring account as his team prepares to resume their campaign against Sheffield United after the international break.
During his time with the Denmark squad, Hojlund wowed Man United fans by displaying his remarkable hold-up play and delivering a stylish finish. A video captured him skillfully shielding the ball from a defender and executing a jaw-dropping back-heel finish.
As expected, this moment of brilliance set social media abuzz, with Man United fans expressing their admiration.
One enthusiastic supporter exclaimed, “Forget his finishing, his ability to hold up play is exceptional.”
Another fan tweeted, “His confidence to pull off moves like this at his age is remarkable.”
A third supporter chimed in, “We really struck gold with this player.”
A fourth enthusiast confidently declared, “He’s the best striker in England.”
Yet another admirer noted, “I believe he’s been attempting that move a couple of times this season.”
Hojlund has only given us a glimpse of his remarkable talent, and he’s hoping to establish a strong on-field connection with Marcus Rashford. The two players have held clandestine meetings to cultivate their partnership, especially considering the club’s performance this season.
The young Dane has expressed his admiration for Rashford, revealing that he’s been following the English forward’s progress since his debut against Midtjylland. “He’s a player I’ve been watching, even though he’s only a few years older than me,” Hojlund said. “Since his debut against Midtjylland, he’s performed exceptionally well and become a great player. It’s fantastic that we’re now teammates.”