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(Videos) Five Danny Welbeck Goals That Show Manchester United Manager Van Gaal Is Wrong About Arsenal New Boy

Danny Welbeck proving that he can score goals.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal outlined his reasons for selling Danny Welbeck to Arsenal in his pre-match press conference ahead of the weekend clash with QPR today, claiming that the academy graduate doesn’t score enough goals.

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With claims of being a poor finisher and not a regular enough goalscoring having followed Welbeck during his fledgling career for both United and England, a move to the Emirates Stadium may be the chance he needs to prove his doubters wrong – with a good start having been made with two goals in the midweek England win against Switzerland.

Here are five Welbeck goals that prove van Gaal may have been a little hasty in his judgement of the forward:

Stoke City (2008)

Danny Welbeck Manchester United

Making his debut as a precocious 17 year-old Mancunian, Welbeck had a dream game after coming on as a substitute for United against Stoke City in a Premier League thrashing at Old Trafford. Picking up the ball just inside the Potters’ half and playing a neat one-two with Manucho, the space opened up for Welbeck to smash home a devilish, dipping shot from 30 yards – potentially still his best goal.

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