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Ex-One Direction member was in attendance to watch Rasmus Hojlund help Man United beat Luton Town

Ex-One Direction member bore witness as Rasmus Hojlund carried Man United to victory against Luton Town.
Ex-One Direction member bore witness as Rasmus Hojlund carried Man United to victory against Luton Town. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Ex-One Direction member bore witness as Rasmus Hojlund carried Man United to victory against Luton Town

The fans weren’t the only ones who enjoyed the stellar performance of Manchester United star, Rasmus Hojlund against Luton Town. Ex-One Direction member, Harry Styles was also spotted in the crowd.

He was seated next to Luton’s chief recruiter, Mick Harford, which is both hilarious and awkward as Styles himself is a Manchester United supporter. While stars were sitting in the stands the one who stood out the most was young Rasmus Hojlund.

The Danish striker struck twice to lead Manchester United to three points and while doing so became the youngest player in Premier League history to score a goal in six consecutive games.

Rasmus Hojlund looked like a liability on offense in the Premier League during the first half of the season. However, ever since he got his first goal against Aston Villa back in December, the 21-year-old has sprung to life.

After going scoreless for his first 14 PL games, Hojlund has now scored seven in his last six while also grabbing two assists. For the season he sits at 13 goals and two assists in 30 appearances.

Ex-One Direction member bore witness as Rasmus Hojlund carried Man United to victory against Luton Town.
Harry Styles enjoying United grab three points against Luton Town.

This translates to a goal contribution in every other game that the Dane plays in. Harry Styles will consider himself lucky to be in attendance as Hojlund put on a show.

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