MANCHESTER UNITED youngster Amir Ibragimov recently helped the Red Devils beat Liverpool TWICE in one day.
The Russian forward has been gaining rave reviews with his performances for United’s academy sides.
Aged just 15, Ibragimov plays for the Red Devils at Under-16 level.
But he has also made the step up to the Under-18s.
Yesterday, Ibragimov lined up for the U16s against Liverpool at Carrington.
He bagged the winner for his side in a 1-0 triumph.
Moments after the match finished, he was back in action again.
With the U18s also embroiled in a close battle with the Reds, young “Ibra” came off the bench to settle a second triumph of the day.
He was called upon with his side leading 2-1, and his side made it 3-1 through Manni Norkett just three minutes after his arrival – going on to win 3-2.
Ibragimov has already gathered excitement from football fans in his country.
Social media account Russian Footbik wrote: “Amir is a dynamic forward who loves to make darting runs behind the opposition defence.
“He uses his speed and directness to unsettle the opposition defenders.
“The 15-year-old is blessed with composure, which allows him to make mature decisions.
“A natural leader, Ibragimov has an elite mentality reflected in his performances at such a young age.
“The teenager is a serious talent and has the potential to become a future superstar at United.”