Man Utd flop Bebe shows Red Devils fans what they’re missing as he scores screamer for new club | The Sun
FORMER Manchester United star Bebe scored a goal of the season contender during Saturday's Segunda Division clash with Alaves.
Real Zaragoza were losing the match 3-0 when the winger, 32,produced a moment of magic in the 79th minute.
After receiving the ball in midfield, Bebe brushed aside his marker before unleashing a powerful strike into the top right corner from 30 yards out.
Fans took to Twitter to react, with one person writing: "He is from another planet!"
Another added: "This guy's shot is amazing…"
While a third said: "If Bebe had been loaned out in August, he himself would have been capable of doing what no one has done in the last 15 years: putting Real Zaragoza where it deserves, in the elite."
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Bebe was loaned out by Rayo Vallecano to Real Zaragoza at the end of the January transfer window.
Since joining the club he has scored two goals in two appearances.
Last week, he scored a 93rd minute winner for Zaragoza on his debut before receiving a yellow card for over-celebrating.
Bebe joined Man Utd from Vitoria de Guimaraes in 2010 and netted two goals in seven first team appearances.
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But, after just one season in England he was loaned out to Turkish giants Besiktas.
He then spent two more season-long loan spells with Rio Ave and Pacos de Ferreira respectively before signing a permanent deal with Benfica in 2014.
The winger has since played for Cordoba, Eibar, Rayo Vallecano and Real Zaragoza, where he will remain until June.
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