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'Sorry, I'll have more faith in you for the rest of the season': Daniel James' brother reveals he left Man United new boy on the bench in his Fantasy team... only for him to score on his debut

Daniel James made unforgettable scoring debut for Manchester UnitedWinger came on as a substitute to net fourth goal in 4-0 rout against ChelseaBut brother Alex was left to regret leaving the United star out his fantasy team

Sometimes it is your siblings that can give you the toughest but best lessons in life, and Daniel James was only too glad to give his brother some fantasy football advice the hard way.

The Manchester United winger came on as a substitute against Chelsea to score on his debut on Sunday, capping off a memorable day for the £15million arrival from Swansea City in the summer.

But his brother, Alex, was left reeling following the goal... having left the 21-year-old on the bench of his fantasy league team.

'Sorry, I'll have more faith in you for the rest of the season': Daniel James' brother reveals he left Man United new boy on the bench in his Fantasy team... only for him to score on his debut

Daniel James came on as a substitute to score on his Manchester United debut on Sunday

His brother Alex was left ruing the decision to leave the United winger out of his fantasy team

Alex admitted he should have shown more faith in his sibling after being dished out some brotherly love.

He said on Twitter: 'When you leave your bro Daniel James on the bench in your fantasy team and he comes on to score...sorry DJ, I’ll have more faith for the rest of the season #goalazo #ManUtd #fantasypremierleague'

The United winger reacted with a reply tweeting emojis crying with laughter as well as applause.

Following his goal in the Premier League opener on Sunday, James claimed the strike was a 'special moment' for himself and his family.

James scored nine minutes from time against Chelsea having only come on in the 74th minute

The winger celebrated his Premier League goal by pointing to the sky in tribute to his father

Pointing to the skies after his strike nine minutes from time, the winger appeared to pay tribute to his father who tragically died over the summer.

His father's passing came just days before he secured his move to Old Trafford.

James' father had been ill but no one in the family had expected him to pass away so suddenly.

United stars were quick to hail the Wales star, with Scott McTominay posting a picture of the duo celebrating with the caption reading: 'That is my man, old man would be proud.'



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