With competition for a attacking berths being so intense, with the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Ashley Young and Anthony Martial all options, it was always going to be hard to play every minute of every game this term, but the Manchester native is certainly giving Jose Mourinho a tougher job deciding who to pick now.
"Where he was saying it is not good for Marcus Rashford to have a coach like me because the most important thing for me is to win".
One of the most anticipated matches of the year took place on Saturday and ended about how you'd expect. I say ideal in relation to what the game gave us in the first half, it gave us the opportunity to be aggressive, direct, fast, intense and to score goals.
GETTY Marcus Rashford scores his second goal against Liverpool
"I think [fourth official] Martin Atkinson, after so many years of this, made the right decision".
Rashford's impressive performance against the Reds from Anfield has certainly boosted his chance of earning another starting spot against Sevilla in the Champions League on Tuesday, for which Manchester United are given 11/18 betting odds to win.
"I try to give the best to the kid", said Mourinho, responding to Frank De Boer's criticism of his handling of Rashford.More news: Tite turns to new faces in latest Brazil squad
Manchester United has bizarrely conceded more goals from their own players against David de Gea, than from forwards from Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool have managed in the entire season thus far.
"He had a good match and not just by scoring goals".
"He is doing well, he has come in and he has got the right mentality and he has shown the manager what he can do". Rashford has made 13 substitute appearances.More news: Must act quickly on European investment budget - Merkel
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The Englishman is brilliantly skilled to adapt to any kind of situation or position, and to make the best of it - which his second goal is there to attest to. Jose Mourinho's notorious reputation stands as no obstacle for the youngster on his way to full prominence and it's only a matter of time before the forward has got his first-team place at Old Trafford locked.More news: Ravens cut Webb, sign OL Hurst to $17.5 million deal