Manchester United striker Anthony Martial continued his incredible start to life at his new club with yet another goal against Ipswich Town on Wednesday.
The Frenchman capped off a comfortable 3-0 win for Man United against Ipswich in the Capital One Cup with his fourth goal in as many games.
Martial started on the bench for Louis van Gaal after playing 90 minutes against Southampton on Sunday and was brought on with 20 minutes remaining. It was all he needed, as he pounced on a pass from Memphis Depay before calmly slotting into the back of the Ipswich net.
United fans and pundits are loving the start Martial has made at Old Trafford and they made their feelings known:
Really excited about Martial. Looks naturally so talented – has a bit of everything. Doesn't look like missing at the moment.
— Sanj (@Sanj_92) September 23, 2015
Since joining from Monaco on transfer deadline day, the majority of the talk regarding Martial has been his astronomical fee. The 19-year-old became the most expensive teenager in football history when he completed his move from the Ligue 1 club but is quickly starting to justify his price tag.
The French international has shown composure beyond his years during his early days at United. He has scored in three out of the four appearances he has made since joining the club and is already beginning to look like the perfect striker for the club.
After his brace against Southampton, he was unfortunate not to keep his place in the starting lineup. However, his goal right at the death will mean it is extremely difficult for Louis van Gaal to leave him out again.