A young Manchester United fan had a brilliant reaction to receiving an Alejandro Garnacho shirt following his ruthless verdict.
Cameron attended Man United’s Premier League fixture against Brentford last weekend after finishing his chemotherapy.
He completed his treatment just two weeks ago and celebrated by watching his beloved team.
The Red Devils beat Brentford 2-1 in dramatic fashion after the 10-year-old predicted a 3-0 victory.
Andre Onana’s howler allowed Mathias Jensen to open the scoring, with Erik ten Hag’s side turning things around in stoppage time.
Scott McTominay levelled in the 93rd minute before scoring again in the 97th minute to hand his team a massive win.
Old Trafford erupted after McTominay’s goal deep, deep into stoppage time as fans left the stadium in a good mood.
Especially Cameron, who not only left the ground with his side picking up three points but also a shirt, which was gifted before kick-off.
Unfortunately for him, though, it wasn’t a shirt from his favourite player, Marcus Rashford.
Instead, he was presented with a shirt from Garnacho, but Cameron is NOT a fan of the star winger.
Asked what he thinks of the Argentine before the shirt presentation, the youngster hilariously said: “I don’t really like him.”
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Well, that made for a rather awkward presentation as the MUFC presenter handed over a Garnacho shirt to Cameron.
Everyone saw the funny side to the situation as Cameron will likely change his tune on Garnacho now that he has his shirt.
The 19-year-old, who graduated from the club’s academy, has made 45 appearances and scored six goals in all competition since making his Man United debut.
He’s played nine games this season, which includes a substitute appearance in his side’s victory over Brentford.