Greenwood wins king of the match award in the Premier League's week 32

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Mason Greenwood, who had been in poor goalscoring form was touted to get back to scoring ways by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and it turns out the manager was right.

The 19 year old forward has now scored 3 goals in his last 2 games for Manchester United and was one of the best players on the pitch in the game against Burnley which saw him score 2 goals during the match.

Greenwood has now won the Budweiser Football King of the match award for match day 32 of the Premier League for the first time this season. His recent performances have seen many fans start to question the need for a right winger as Greenwood seems to be performing very well in that position.

United will face their fierce rivals, Leeds United for the second time this season and Greenwood will be expected to start. He was on the bench in the game at Old Trafford and his services were not needed. But due to his wonderful form, Solskjaer might not want him to sit this one out.

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