Gabriel Obertan has finally made his competitive debut for Man United. Even though it was only for the Reserve side, he showed signs of some serious talent. Having finally recovered from spinal problems, he's fit, running at top speed, and regaining his football skills at a rapid rate.
On the other wing, the young man with some serious talent is not getting game time for his club, but is scoring with an impressive regularity for his country and will take on the more established Man United players at the World Cup in South Africa. Zoran Tosic scored another good goal in the International break, played very well and showed that he's not a "lightweight" against the large, muscular and physical defenders of both South Africa, Lithuania and held off their challenges for long enough to slot home some very nice goals.
His ability, both on the wing and as a second striker, are good enough to warrant at least a spot on the bench, and when given an extended run in the side, he'll no doubt prove to Sir Alex and the fans that the rumored 8mil, shelled out for his services was a bargain.