AC Milan scored a later header to rescue a deserved draw against Manchester United in the first leg of their Europa League tie.
The Italians, who were without star man Zlatan Ibrahimovic, showed that their lofty Serie A position is no accident.
The visitors continued to dominate however but failed to take advantage.
Amad was introduced at half-time and needed only six minutes to strike as he flicked aheader looped over Gianluigi Donnarumma.
United thought they would take a slim lead to the San Siro, but Milan equalised in added time courtesy of Simon Kjaer’s header.
United’s January arrival could be their next superstar.
The winger has been fast tracked into the first team picture and played for a third straight game in Europe.
He came on as a half-time sub and scored just six minutes later.
Amad looks a ready made United player and, despite Solskjaer looking to introduce him slowly, the teenager is showing that he’s ready to be a regular on the big stage.
With the likes of Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood struggling to find top form the Ivorian is certainly an option.
2. Martial being Martial
“He’s inconsistent but on his day he is unplayable” is a phrase used to describe many, but few personify it more than Martial.
Only four days ago the Frenchman was producing an outstanding display as United won the Manchester derby.