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Kobbie Mainoo marked his debut goal at Old Trafford during Manchester United’s 2-2 draw with Liverpool on Sunday, yet the young talent found himself apologizing for his exuberant celebration.

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The 18-year-old ignited the crowd with a remarkable strike, putting United ahead 2-1 before the match ended level. Receiving a precise pass from Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the 67th minute, Mainoo elegantly curled the ball into the top right corner from inside the box.

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Despite Liverpool’s initial dominance and a halftime deficit, United rallied after the break, with Bruno Fernandes initiating the comeback before Mainoo’s memorable goal.

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Mainoo’s jubilation over his stunning goal led him to celebrate prematurely, a fact he acknowledged and apologized for in his post-match remarks, expressing remorse for his lack of restraint amidst the excitement.

Reflecting on his accomplishment, Mainoo shared his elation at scoring his first professional goal at Old Trafford, particularly in such a significant fixture. However, the joy was tempered by the team’s failure to secure all three points.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah equalized with a late penalty, a consequence of Wan-Bissaka’s foul on Harvey Elliott in the box. Despite salvaging a draw against title contenders, Mainoo emphasized his dissatisfaction with the result, highlighting the need to address minor errors that have proven costly in recent matches.

Mainoo’s apology underscored his desire to maintain professionalism and focus on the team’s collective performance, emphasizing the importance of rectifying mistakes to secure victories in the future.

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