Sunderland manager Tony Mowbray called Red Devils loanee Amad Diallo a real talent after the Ivory Coast international scored against Huddersfield in the Championship.
What did Mowbray say about Amad Diallo?
Amad Diallo scored on the dying players of the game to hand Sunderland a 2-0 victory over the Black Cats in the championship. Amad was in rich form for Sunderland and scored his second goal in three matches. The Ivory Coast international is slowly finding his mojo in his new surroundings after a difficult start and has received three consecutive starts from head coach Tony. Mowbray was delighted with the striker’s performance and praised his improvement at the club.
The head coach of Sunderland told reporters after the victory that he had full confidence that Amad Diallo was now a first-team player. According to Tony Mowbray, his closeness with the ball, goals Amad can score when he comes off and he dances past people he looks like he’s sharp and a real talent. It took a little time for the player to make an impact, but he is not a young unknown.
The English coach added that the Red Devils bought him from Atalanta for a lot of money and he is with them to play football and experience the expectation of a large crowd. Amad Diallo has scored two goals now in just over a week, which is good for the team because Tony feels like he’s unearthed another starter now. Tony Mowbray says that Diallo went through a scene where he is a young guy who needs blood.
A little about Amad Diallo
It took some time for the striker to adapt to Tony’s methods. In early October, he appeared in the Peacocks’ match against Sunderland and played 90 minutes, but without much impact. However, it now seems that Amad Diallo has finally settled into the Stadium of Light and earned the trust of his head coach.