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    Marcus Rashford Jersey and Gear


    Marcus Rashford is an English professional footballer. The young footballer scored in his first-team debut at the ‘UEFA Europa League,’ followed by another score in his first ‘Premier League’ against ‘Arsenal’ in February 2016. He continued his streak of scoring in his debut in the ‘Manchester derby match,’ the ‘League Cup,’ and the ‘UEFA Champions League.’ Marcus, the “wonder kid” of the English football league, was a natural at attacking his opponents with powerful shots since an early age. He was only 5 when he started playing the sport, and by the time he was 7, he was already making his way through the academy system of the prestigious club ‘Manchester United.’ In May 2016, Marcus also became the youngest player of England to score in his first international match as a senior. His mind-blowing performances in almost all of his matches helped him get selected for the ‘UEFA Euro 2016.’


    Career at Manchester United



    At the age of seven, Rashford joined Manchester United's youth system.


    Rashford was quickly earmarked as a potential star and was fast-tracked through the age group system. He trained with the first team during the 2013/14 season under the management of David Moyes.


    In 2015, after Nicky Butt had appointed Rashford as captain of the Manchester United Under-19 team, he found himself on the bench for the senior team for their 2-1 Premier League win over Watford under Louis van Gaal.


    Rashford was thrown into first team action in a UEFA Europa League round of 32 tie against Midtjylland in February 2016 due to an injury picked up by Anthony Martial in the warm-up. He impressed immediately, scoring two goals on his debut in a 5-1 win.


    Three days later, Rashford made his Premier League debut against Arsenal, scoring two goals and providing the assist for the other in a 3-2 win for Manchester United.


    On March 20, he scored the only goal of the derby against Manchester City, helping United to their first away league win over City since 2012.


    A superb curling strike helped Manchester United to a sixth round FA Cup replay win over West Ham United. They ended up winning the trophy, with Rashford up-front in the final against Crystal Palace. Rashford finished the season with eight goals from 18 appearances.


    During the 2016/17 season, Rashford faced increased competition for places as new manager Jose Mourinho had signed iconic Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.


    By Mourinho's own admission, he did not see Rashford as an out-and-out number nine. Consequently, Rashford spent much of the season either on the bench or on the wing, but still made 53 appearances, winning the Europa League and EFL Cup in the process.


    Rashford went on to make 52 appearances in the 2017/18 season as United finished second in the Premier League behind a rampant Manchester City.


    International Performances


    Before making his international debut with ‘Manchester United,’ Marcus became a part of the ‘UEFA Euro 2016.’ In a warm-up match against Australia, Marcus scored the opening goal, clinching a 2–1 win and becoming the youngest English player to do so in an international debut.

    He broke Wayne Rooney’s ‘UEFA Euro 2004’ record by four days, to become the youngest player ever to represent England at the ‘European Championships.’ He did so by debuting at the age of 18, as a substitute for Adam Lallana, in a 2–1 win over ‘Wales’ at the ‘UEFA Euro 2016.’

    As a senior, he scored his first goal against Slovakia in the 2018 ‘FIFA World Cup.’ His team won 2–1, with a winning goal scored by Rashford.



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