Manchester United fans couldn’t hide their delight with Marcus Rashford despite his performance having nothing to do with them.
The sensational youngster netted in a goalscoring display for England vs Montenegro but supporters were full of praise as they were happy to see him keep up his good form.
Anthony Martial‘s return to first-team football has also seen a return to form for Rashford, who struggled in his teammate’s absence.
United fans felt that it was enough proof to show that the need for a back-up to the talented Frenchman was real.
Whatever the true reason for Rashford’s improvement, the majority of fans won’t care so long as it continues and United can benefit from it.
Marcus Rashford is playing with so much confidence at the moment. You really do love to see it.
— United Xtra (@utdxtra) November 14, 2019
— Scott Patterson (@R_o_M) November 14, 2019
Marcus Rashford has been used as a LW and CF this season. Upon Martial's return he has played as a LW and flourished. He is scoring, getting chances, dribbling past defenders and causing trouble.
Pundits should recognise that and move on from their generic, lazy comments.
— UtdArena. (@utdarena) November 14, 2019
The level of confidence Rashford is playing with right now is incredible. Driving at players with ease, sharp in-front of goal. So, so good to see.
— Jordan Clarke (@FourFourJordan) November 14, 2019
I know I used to abuse him loads but genuinely ever since the Liverpool match I've seen a much different Rashford. Felt like before he'd force a lot of things on the pitch but now I see him letting the game come to him. Really nice performances over the last 4 weeks.
— Ali. (@UtdAlii) November 14, 2019
Marcus Rashford is on fire recently, playing with a lot of confidence. Great goal.
— Devils of United 🔰 (@DevilsOfUnited) November 14, 2019
Of course the opposition was just Montenegro but it’s pleasing to see Rashford keep up the good work he’s put in of late.
Manchester United need every bit of help if they’re to turn around the league form and so will be pleased to see one of their star’s performing well.
A few others need to either pick up the pace as well or they could otherwise find themselves on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s to sell list on his managerial papers.