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Bookmakers: Moyes says that Januzaj is a “special talent”
By Andrew Scott Wednesday, 16 October 2013 11:13
David Moyes said that Manchester United’s Adnan Januzaj was a “special talent” after the player’s double on Saturday against Sunderland, which left bookmakers all over the world very impressed.
Sports bookmaker services saw that he struck twice in six second-half minutes, sealing United’s victory in his first Premier League start with a 2-1 win.
The 18-year-old followed Ruud van Nistelrooy’s footsteps of scoring twice on his debut in the league and pay per head sportsbooks learned that the player’s influence was praised by Moyes and many bookmakers.
“Adnan’s quality, he’s a top top player,” Moyes told Sky Sports. “I would’ve played him two or three weeks ago, but for different reasons it didn’t quite work.
“I thought today was the right time, he’s been so good it was hard to stop him.
“He’s going to be a great talent, he’s a special talent, he got goals, he’s got ability on the ball, but we’ll keep his feet on the ground and make sure he gets on with it.
“We won’t let him get ahead of himself and we’ll keep trying to do the right things with him.”
Sports bookmaker services and pay per head sportsbooks saw that United had a terrible start to the game as Craig Gardner capitalised on some bad defending, giving the lead to the hosts, but Moyes said that he was pleased with his side’s overall performance, and bookmakers were also content.
“I thought it was just a good performance, even a 1-0 down I thought we played really well,” he added. “We made a real hash of the first goal we gave away but apart from that I thought we played some really good stuff.
“I’ll not be getting too excited because I’ve won, just as when I was losing I wasn’t getting too low either, a lot of people were but I wasn’t.
“I know the quality in the players I’ve got in the dressing room.”
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Price per head services can see that United’s win moves the team back into the Premier League table’s top half with 10 points from their opening seven games, and bookmakers everywhere can’t wait to see how the team continues to perform.