Marcus Rashford: 'I'm learning most in training'

Doug Mendoza
March 14, 2018

However, the 20-year-old grabbed his opportunity with both hands against Liverpool, and best friend Jesse Lingard has now revealed how he helped Rashford during a tough period.

The first goal against Liverpool was just another proof of this claim.

In Saturday's 2-1 win over arch-rivals Liverpool, Manchester United's Marcus Rashford eclipsed Sanchez's form. He has that confidence to go on and score goals.

"With the Chelsea game last week, and this game, we showed real heart and desire to win games", Lingard added.

"A flawless result. Three points, which are very important, but a ideal performance?"

There were unsavoury scenes at London Stadium where pitch invasions and mass protests in the stands forced owners David Sullivan and David Gold to leave the director's box, with police brought in to restore order. Things this manager wants are becoming more clear to me.

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"Right now, I'm probably not learning the most on the pitch", said the former academy graduate, who hopes to play a key role for England at the World Cup in Russia."In training is where I'm doing most of my learning".

Much of the pre-match talk centred around how United were going to cope with Liverpool's in-form front three of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and the league's joint-top scorer Mohamed Salah.

Moreover, back in 2016, United legend Paul Scholes had also stated: "You've not seen any yet, but Rashford hits free kicks in a dipping fashion, nearly the way Cristiano Ronaldo does". After the game it was revealed that United are nearly unbeatable at Old Trafford in the league when they take the lead in the first half.

"Liverpool pushed us into defensive situation but we kept control".

"I told him "central defender" and after the third goal he was playing in a back five with [Chris] Smalling and [Victor] Lindelof because I couldn't make any more changes". Salomon Rondon gave West Brom the lead at The Hawthorns, but four Leicester goals without reply ensured West Brom stayed bottom, eight points from safety.

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