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[53] Despite his strong start to the 2020–21 season where he had scored three goals in three games, Greenwood was not selected for the September 2021 World Cup Qualifiers for England by manager Gareth Southgate who stated, "He is in our thoughts, I've spoken with him and his club, he is a player we really like. We are all very conscious that he makes the progression at the right time. "[54] Style of play Greenwood began his career as a midfielder but gradually evolved into a centre forward. [6] He often plays on the right flank for Manchester United, as well as moving more centrally to occupy as a second striker when the ball is fed into the penalty area.

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During his early career, several of his goals have seen him dropping a shoulder or chopping the ball to get it on to his left foot before scoring. He also often reverses his shot by aiming low for the near post from the right of the box. [55] In May 2018, former Manchester United player Clayton Blackmore said: "He's great on the ball and very good with both feet. He's the first person I've seen that takes penalties and free-kicks with his wrong foot. I've never come across anyone like that! "[56] In March 2019, former academy coach Mark Senior said: "People says he's like the new Robin van Persie but I don't know.

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[5] After progressing through the academy ranks, he joined up with the Under-18 squad for the 2017–18 season, despite being eligible for the Under-16s, and finished as top scorer of the U18 Premier League North with 17 goals in 21 games. [6] In May 2018, Greenwood was named Player of the Tournament as the youth side won the ICGT Trophy in the Netherlands. [7] 2018–19 season: Debut year In July 2018, Greenwood travelled with the first team on their pre-season tour of the United States. [8] On 20 July, he made his non-competitive debut as a 76th-minute substitute in a 1–1 draw against Club America. [9] On 2 October, Greenwood signed his first professional contract with the club. [10] In December, he was selected by José Mourinho to train with the first team ahead of their UEFA Champions League match against Valencia. [11] On 6 March 2019, under the management of Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Greenwood made his competitive debut as an 87th-minute substitute in a 3–1 win against Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League.

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[68] By then, sports apparel company Nike, Inc. had said that it suspended its relationship with Greenwood, and video game company EA Sports had said it removed Greenwood from its FIFA games. [68] On 2 February, Greenwood was released on bail pending further investigation. [69] Within a week, Nike stopped sponsoring Greenwood. [70] In April 2022, his bail was extended to mid-June. [71] Career statistics Club As of match played 22 January 2022 Appearances and goals by club, season and competition Season League FA Cup EFL Cup Europe Other Total Division Goals 2018–19[72] Premier League 3 0 1[a] — 2019–20[73] 31 10 9[b] 49 17 2020–21[74] 7 2 14[c] 52 12 2021–22[75] 18 4[a] 24 2022–23[76] 22 8 28 129 35 Manchester United U21 1[d] Career total 130 36 International As of match played 5 September 2020[77] Appearances and goals by national team and year National team Year 2020 Honours UEFA Europa League runner-up: 2020–21[78] Individual Premier League 2 Player of the Month: April 2019[79] Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year: 2018–19[17] IFFHS Men's Youth (U20) World Team: 2021[80] References ^ "Premier League clubs publish retained lists".

[24] Greenwood scored again four weeks later, in a 3–0 league win against Watford. [25] On 12 March, he scored his fifth European goal during a 5–0 win over LASK of Austria; becoming the first teenager to score at least five goals in a single European season for United. [26] After a three-month suspension of football caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Greenwood played in all six of United's matches as of 9 July 2020. He failed to score in the first three, but delivered a total of four goals in the next three, including a brace in a 5–2 win against Bournemouth on 4 July. [27] After that, he scored against Aston Villa; making him only the fourth player aged below 19 to score in three consecutive Premier League appearances and the first since Francis Jeffers did so for Everton in 1999. [28] 2020–21 season: Number 11 After wearing the number 26 for his breakout season in 2019, Greenwood was given the number 11 shirt by Manchester United on 4 September 2020.

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