Cavani joins Man United history books after goal against Everton

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Edinson Cavani has barely spent two months at Old Trafford, but he’s already making history for Manchester United.

The Uruguayan got his first goal for the Red Devils on Saturday, when we played against Everton, after getting set up by Bruno Fernandes.

The goal was United’s third for the day, and the icing on a very good performance for both Fernandes and the rest of the team.

With Cavani’s goal, he now joins Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the two oldest players to score their first goals for United in the Premier League.

Cavani’s goal came at the age of 33 years and 267 days, while that of Zlatan came at 34 years and 316 days.