Video: We Could Watch This Andreas Pereira Turn Over and Over Again

Video: We Could Watch This Andreas Pereira Turn Over and Over Again

Andreas Pereira produced a ridiculous turn last night that we could watch over and over and over again.

The Manchester United attacking midfielder was a half-time¬†substitute in his side’s pre-season friendly with LA Galaxy.

And he made a decent impact on the game, excelling in a deep-lying midfield role as United ran out 5-2 winners.

For all of Pereira’s nice touches and telling passes, it was a simple turn that seems to have entertained most people – as he sent a Galaxy midfielder for a conversation with Victor Lindelof:

How good is that?

Pereira will now be hoping his performance can see him get more game time throughout pre-season and earn a regular spot in Jose Mourinho’s matchday squads.

Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku have been added to the United squad already this summer and more are sure to come between now and the beginning of the Premier League campaign so that will be difficult for the Brazilian.

But impressive displays like this should help the youngster.

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