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Manchester United fans spot brilliant Willy Kambwala moment during Arsenal loss

Online footage has emerged of Willy Kambwala further endearing himself to Manchester United supporters during last weekend's defeat to Arsenal.

Kambwala has enjoyed a breakthrough season at United, making ten first-team appearances for the club amid Erik ten Hag's struggles in this part of the pitch due to mounting injuries.

His latest appearance for the club arrived in Sunday's loss against Mikel Arteta's side, featuring for the final 15 minutes of the match as the Red Devils searched for an equaliser that failed to arrive.

Although this was another Premier League result to forget for United, there was one moment involving Kambwala loved by supporters that has been shared on social media.

While warming up and waiting to come on for Ten Hag's side, the 19-year-old was filmed enthusiastically joining in with a rendition of the George Best song. Clapping his hands as supporters sang, the centre-back appeared to be enjoying himself despite the on-pitch struggles of his team-mates.

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Kambwala will be hoping further senior opportunities come his way next season as United seek a major improvement on the current campaign. The teenager could be among those to benefit from a squad refresh this summer, with likely departures in his position set to free up spaces in the team.

Hailing the progress made by the academy graduate after starting last month's 2-2 draw with Liverpool, Ten Hag said: "When old soldiers die, new ones have to come in. Willy for a long time is training with us, he started at West Ham and did