Former Manchester United forward Michael Owen has claimed striker Edinson Cavani’s movement is the best in the world.
The Uruguayan was the catalyst behind our comeback win against Southampton, after he assisted Bruno Fernandes to get one back before scoring two late on at St Mary’s to give us all three points.
The 33-year-old’s first goal was pure class as he reacted quickly to a deflected Bruno Fernandes shot quicker Saints defense.
His injury-time winner saw him score a perfectly-timed headed flick to convert Marcus Rashford’s cross.
Pundit, Owen believes the striker is world class and only needed time to settle down to prove his worth.
“I mean that guy I’ve said before his movement is the best in the world in my opinion as a centre forward,” said Owen.
“I think he’s absolutely brilliant. How has he not played more since he’s been at Manchester United?!
“He’s the only one with a real killer instinct. If I was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer I would bring him on every single game. He’s lethal in front of goal.
“That’s a centre-forward. You can’t teach that. It’s pure instinct.”
The Uruguayan became just the second player in Premier League history after manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to make three goal contributions as a substitute in our dramatic late win against Southampton on Sunday.