Old Trafford new sensation had no time to celebrate after heroic display
Manchester United teenage sensation Marcus Rashford, who scored a brace in Man United’s unexpected win over their rivals Arsenal on Sunday, because he had an exam the next day.
The 18-year-old student revealed that he had not plans of celebrating his famous goals that gave a youthful Man United side three crucial points against Arsene Wenger’s men, who were clearly the favourites.
Rashford is a product of the Man United academy also scored a brace on his debut against Midtjylland last Thursday.
He came on as Anthony Martial’s replacement and became an instant hit among the Red Devils faithful after a stellar performance.
Rashford netted twice in the space of three minutes in the first half with a cool finish and a glancing header, before providing the assist for Ander Herrera’s second half strike.
The Englishman has now scored four goals in his first two games for Man United’s senior team.
He would not have been playing but for injuries to Anthony Martial, Wayne Rooney and Will Keane forced the Coach to use him.