Manchester United star Kobbie Mainoo has made a touching offer to a supporter who shared an emotional family story connected to the star's winning goal against Wolves.
Mainoo scored a superb 97th minute winner last Thursday, with the academy product producing a solo run and curling finish.
The 18-year-old's first Premier League goal earned Man United a 4-3 win against Wolves, who had fought back from 3-1 down to level the match in stoppage time.
Man United supporter Daniel Killeen shared on Twitter that he had watched the match with his father Vincent, who sadly died of cancer on Sunday.
Killeen thanked Mainoo for delivering a 'truly brilliant and special moment' for his family in what would be the last match he watched with his father.
'When Wolves equalised, we were both so frustrated,' Killeen wrote on social media. 'I have never willed United to score more than that moment and then Kobbie Mainoo steps up with an amazing winner.
'Seeing dad's arm in the air, a smile on his face and declaring: 'that's why you watch United'. When he saw that you were doing an interview, he insisted that I stay so he could listen.
'I know football should be about winning trophies, but you will never score a more important goal for our family, Kobbie.
'You are already a hero in our household and you are now my seven-year-old's favourite player.
'Thank you for a truly brilliant and special moment. I am sure your career will bring many of them.'
Man United and Mainoo responded to Killeen's emotional post on X, formerly Twitter, by inviting the Man United fan and his son to attend a match at Old Trafford.
'Hi Daniel, Kobbie here. I saw your message on Twitter and was really touched by your story,' Mainoo said.
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