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The 27 year old Armenian professional footballer and Manchester United player scores a contender of goal of the season on the Boxing Day.


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The Armenian footballer revels that his goal against the Sunderland on the 26th December is the best goal of his career.

We've all been having our say on @HenrikhMkh's wonder goal - now you can read what the man himself thought of it: https://t.co/ldnDMWQMiZ pic.twitter.com/zC8PMDfinw

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) December 27, 2016


In that match the Manchester United side emerged as a winner against their counterpart by 3-1 goals, and thanks to Daley Blind, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan who scored the goals for the Red Devils.


The attacking midfielder netted for the third successive time for the Manchester United side.


He scored his first goal for the Manchester United against Zorya in the earlier of this month.


The Armenian international scored his first Premier league goal against the Tottenham side where the Manchester United side won the match by 1-0,


In the last match he netted the goal from Ibrahimovic’s cross in the dying minutes.


After the match the Manchester United manager the special one says that the goal was "phenomenal".


The Manchester United man said that: "That was the best goal I've ever scored,"


"I was very excited.


"The first thing I did was look at the assistant and I saw it was not ruled as offside so I just started to celebrate.


"I was expecting the ball to be in front of me and then I realised I was in front of it.


"As the ball was behind me, the only thing I could do was a backheel so I did that and I succeeded."


In the New Year’s Eve the Manchester United will play a FOOTBALL MATCH against the Middlesbrough, and the Red Devils side is adamant to continue their winning streak.


He added: "I don't have anything of concern from a past injury so I'm happy to be back to help the team,"


"I will try to do my best for the next game. It's very important that we're in good shape and to keep going like this."