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Making history, the Manchester City boy does not know how to celebrate the VAR goal

Making history, the Manchester City boy does not know how to celebrate the VAR goal

Manchester City won 4-1 over Port Vale in the FA Cup third round on Saturday (4/1/2020) at the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City's goals were scored by Oleksandr Zinchenko (20th minute), Sergio Aguero (42 '), Taylor Harwood-Bellis (58'), and Phil Foden (76 ').

While Port Vale only recorded one goal via the efforts of Tom Pope (35 ').

The goal scored by Taylor Harwood-Bellis gave the story its own story.

Still 17 years old 339 days, Harwood-Bellis made history.

He became the second youngest English player to score a goal for Manchester City in all competitions.

As quoted by Bolasport.com from Opta, Harwood-Bellis only lost to Micah Richards (vs Aston Villa in the FA Cup, February 2006), who had scored at 17 years 240 days.

The Harwood-Bellis goal is actually not good.

Making history, the Manchester City boy does not know how to celebrate the VAR goal


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Standing at the mouth of the goal, he just turned the ball kicking John Stones who actually would have been a goal.

Harwood-Bellis must wait for referee Lee Mason to get confirmation from VAR to make sure he is not in an off-side position when struck the ball into the goal.

"I don't know how to celebrate," Harwood-Bellis was quoted as saying by Bolasport.com from the official Manchester City website.

"I don't know how to react because I've never played in a match with VAR before."

"I told John that I was trying to avoid the ball. Then after I was declared not offside, I said I did not intend to score that goal."




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