Eric Bailly is earning quite the reputation with Manchester United fans for his bizarre goal celebrations.
The Ivorian defender returned to the United XI against AC Milan on Thursday night and was in the thick of the action after Amad scored his first goal for the club.
Bailly has previously amused supporters with his silly celebrations and Thursday was no different, as he piled on top of a huddle of United players in response to Amad’s opener.
United fans spotted Bailly’s antics once again and they responded in good humour on Reddit.
erutcetihcra : He never fails to amuse
Syphite : Bailly makes my cold heart slightly warmer
sefronia3 : I love Bailly more than my parents
Itstooeasydude : Wouldn’t expect anything less outta Bailly
Herobrinedanny : This is Bailly’s world and we are all living in it
dribbledrooby : Bailly is one of a kind. Also it’s great to see the brotherhood.
Despite Bailly’s celebrations, United were caught cold in stoppage time as AC Milan grabbed a late equaliser to leave the tie at 1-1.
In respone to the late goal, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: He added: “Very disappointed to concede with one of the last kicks of the ball, or head.
“That makes it harder of course, but it was always going to be going down to the second game there, anyway.
“I’ve seen him [Henderson] save them, but it’s the structure that we lose. We dropped too deep and we get blocked off and they get the header on. We should have attacked the ball with the men we had there.
“We were a bit too slow with the possesion. That’s the learning we have to get into ourselves, we have to perform every single week. We’re playing against good teams. Probably a draw is a fair result.
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Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw by AC Milan after conceding a late equaliser.
Youngster Amad headed in his first ever United goal, but Simon Kjaer levelled in stoppage time to ensure the Europa League last 16 tie will be settled in Milan next week.
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“We’ll get players back hopefully, they’ll get players back and it’ll be a good game again, two good teams.”