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Powell delighted with Man Utd debut

Young midfielder Nick Powell has admitted he was delighted to make his Manchester United debut on Saturday.

Powell came off the bench to score in United's 4-0 win over Wigan in the Premier League.

"When I first came out onto the pitch, the crowd scared me a little bit," he said.

"I am only used to 5,000 people every now and then.

"It is a great feeling but I will keep myself on the ground."

Powell admits that he has learned a lot from taining alongside Paul Scholes.

"It is unbelievable. He has so much experience," he said.

"He came off when I came on but it was great to be on the pitch with the lot of them, especially Scholes making his 700th appearance for United."


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