Man United’s Alejandro Garnacho stuns Everton with a sensational overhead kick – reminiscent of Wayne Rooney’s wondergoal against Man City in 2011 – as Gary Neville claims it’s the BEST goal he’s ever seen live

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Alejandro Garnacho scored a sensational overhead kick to open the scoring for Manchester United less than three minutes into the game at Goodison Park.

Marcus Rashford passed to Diogo Dalot, who made a deep cross into the penalty area, where the Argentine met it with a magical overhead kick to send the ball flying into the top corner 15 yards from goal, leaving even Everton fans stunned.

Garnacho’s wonder goal was reminiscent of Wayne Rooney’s against Manchester City in 2011 – and Gary Neville said in the Sky Sports commentary that it was the best goal he had ever seen live.  

The early opener for the visitors was the first piece of action involving Everton since they were given a ten-point deduction by the Premier League. 

More to follow…  

Alejandro Garnacho's wonderful overhead kick opened the scoring for Man United at Everton

Alejandro Garnacho’s wonderful overhead kick opened the scoring for Man United at Everton

The action came within the first three minutes of play at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon

The action came within the first three minutes of play at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon

There was nothing Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford could do to prevent Garnacho's strike

There was nothing Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford could do to prevent Garnacho’s strike



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