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Adnan Januzaj, welcome to the Premier League. Making his first start for Manchester United, the Belgian youngster scored twice in the second half as David Moyes' side came from behind to beat Sunderland 2-1 at the Stadium of Light.
With Marouane Fellaini out of the matchday squad with a wrist injury, Januzaj rose to the occasion to deliver a much-needed victory for Moyes with two wonderful first-time finishes.
The first came from a driven Patrice Evra cross, the youngster side-footing into the corner with remarkable aplomb.
The second was similarly brilliant, finding the corner with a great volley.
They erased the deficit created by Craig Gardner's fifth-minute opener, which was the result of some calamitous defending from Evra, Phil Jones and, in particular, Nemanja Vidic.
United failed to inspire from that point on until Januzaj popped up to save Moyes from a fourth defeat in this fledgling Premier League campaign.
"I remember giving Wayne his debut, and Ross Barkley, and Adnan is certainly that quality. He is a top, top player," Moyes told Sky Sports afterwards. "My plan was to play him two or three weeks ago but I never quite got the opportunity and for different reasons I didn't pick him, and I thought today was the right time.
"He has been so good, it was hard to stop him.
"He is going to be a special talent. He has got goals, he has got ability on the ball, but we will keep his feet on the ground here."
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