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Young United fan left stunned after bumping into Kobbie Mainoo’s family on Wembley steps ahead of midfielder’s FA Cup final stars


A young Manchester United fan got the surprise of a lifetime when he came face to face with his favorite player’s family at Saturday’s FA Cup final.

The Red Devils made back-to-back disappointments at Wembley by impressively dispatching Premier League champions and rivals Manchester City to win the FA Cup.

First-half goals from Alejandro Garnach and Kobbie Mainoo were enough to see United lift their thirteenth FA Cup and secure European football for next season.

Yet United’s victory may not have been the best part of one young fan’s FA Cup final day after a heart-warming reunion with the match-winner’s family on the Wembley escalator.

In a video shared on social media, the fan can be seen wearing a Mainoo shirt but standing in front of the Man United midfielder’s father and brother.

Father and son are shocked to find themselves standing with Kobbie Mainoo’s family

A little fan stops eating his chips to shake Maino's father's hand

A little fan stops eating his chips to shake Maino’s father’s hand

The Man United midfielder was the club's FA Cup match winner in a 2-1 win over Man City

The Man United midfielder was the club’s FA Cup match winner in a 2-1 win over Man City

The moment came as the father and son traveled up one of the escalators at Wembley and the boy was asked if the player on the back of the shirt was his favorite player.

Once the child turns around, a voice behind the camera reveals that Mainoo is his son, to the utter astonishment of the father and his son.

They are introduced to the England star’s big brother, who can be heard laughing at the answer after revealing they are Mainoo’s family.

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The interaction immediately sees the dad asking his boy to ‘say hello’, at which point he stops eating his crisps, wipes his hands on his jeans and shakes Maino’s dad’s hand.

Mainoo rounded off a well-worked Man United mood and set United on their way to victory i

Mainoo capped off a well-worked Man United mood and set United on course for victory i

It would be a proud day for Maino’s father and brother as they witnessed the teenage sensation’s sublime performance.

The midfielder was on hand to complete United’s sweeping first-half move, finishing off Bruno Fernandes’ no-look pass to put the Red Devils 2-0 up.

The goal proved to be the difference after Jeremy Doku’s late consolation and Mainoo was rewarded by being named man of the match.



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