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28/05/2014 18:28, Report by Ben Hibbs, Adam Bostock. Video by Andy O'Connor.

Video: United young guns

Here are Manchester United's six youngest Premier League goalscorers, featuring the man moving on to pastures new - Kiko Macheda...

Adnan Januzaj (18 years, 8 months) v Sunderland, 5 Oct 2013: The Belgian's two goals, both brilliantly taken, secured victory on his first Premier League start.

Nick Powell (18 years, 5 months, 24 days) v Wigan, 15 Sep 2012: He may have found first-team chances limited since, but a thunderbolt strike on his debut shows his potential.

James Wilson (18 years, 5 months, 5 days) v Hull, 6 May 2014: The young striker capped his rise through the ranks by scoring twice on his senior debut, having already netted for the Under-18, Under-19 and Under-21 teams earlier in the season.

Rafael (18 years, 3 months, 30 days) v Arsenal, 8 Nov 2008: The Brazilian was still new to the side back then and although United lost 2-1, his goal was a stunner.

Danny Welbeck (17 years, 11 months, 20 days) v Stoke, 15 Nov 2008: It was dream stuff for a local lad to smash a shot into the top corner at the Stretford End.

Federico Macheda (17 years, 7 months, 15 days) v Villa, 5 Apr 2009: United comebacks are commonplace but this one was different - an Italian kid coming on as substitute to seal a last-gasp win and put his side ahead of Liverpool in the title race. Incredible.

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