Alejandro Garnacho gets a sprained ankle but still supports Man U. from his couch. but supporters can’t ignore the tees he’s hanging up.


Manchester United fans knew ALEJANDRO GARNACHO was a home fan because of the banner he displayed.

The FA Cup quarterfinal at Old Trafford on Sunday was an exciting affair, with the Red Devils coming from behind to defeat Fulham 3-1.


He cheered on his Man Utd team-mates from home


Even though 18-year-old Garnacho was ruled out of the match due to an ankle injury, Erik ten Hag’s squad still advanced to face Brighton at Wembley Stadium.

Even from his home in Argentina, the Spanish-speaking Argentine kept a close eye on the action.

He posted a picture to Instagram showing him watching the game on his couch and wrote, “Let’s go guys!”

The fans’ attention, however, was drawn to the decorations on either side of the screen.

When you enter the room, you can see two of Garnacho’s Man Utd shirts hanging on the wall.

Some fans of the Red Devils team applauded his decision to display the jerseys publicly.

A commenter remarked, “It’s good to see his shirt hanging out.”

Someone else even commented, “I love how he has his shirts on the wall.”


Last weekend’s scoreless draw between Manchester United and Southampton resulted in an ankle injury for Garnacho, who has tallied five goals and six assists in 32 games this season.

This week, he has been seen using crutches and walking around with a protective boot on his right foot.

It is not known how long he will be sidelined for.

It was also announced earlier this week that Garnacho, who was born in Spain but is an Argentine citizen, will be representing the World Cup champions on the international football field.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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