Man Utd flop Bebe SCORES 93rd minute winner on debut for Real Zaragoza after joining 8th club since Old Trafford exit
MANCHESTER UNITED misfit Bebe cracked a 93rd-minute winner for his EIGHTH club since leaving Old Trafford.
Real Zaragoza’s half-time sub fired the only goal away to Andorra in LaLiga 2 – then was booked for over-celebrating.
GettyPortuguese wideman Bebe had three loans while with Man Utd and has just started his fourth temporary spell since departing Old Trafford in 2014[/caption]
Bebe, 32, joined Zaragoza on loan from Spanish top-flight club Rayo Vallecano last week.
And one minute into stoppage time he sent a 35-yard free-kick embarrassingly high.
But then came his moment of glory following a swift counter-attack.
Giuliano Simeone slipped him through down the middle for a clinical clincher on his left foot.
Bebe’s career has flickered on and off since the ex-Portugal Under-21 star arrived at Old Trafford in 2010 via home-country clubs Estrela da Amadora and Vitoria de Guimaraes.
Netting in a 3-0 Champions League win at Bursaspor was a rare highlight of his four years at United.
He was loaned to Besiktas, Rio Ave and Pacos de Ferreira before joining Benfica in 2014.
But he struggled for the Portuguese giants.
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After temporary spells at Cordoba and Rayo Vallecano, he joined Eibar in 2016.
Then came another loan move to Vallecano that became permanent five years ago.
That stable stint has now been followed by an electric start to his Zaragoza switch.