Manchester United fans are delighted with Marcus Rashford‘s inclusion in Roy Hodgson’s final 23-man England squad for Euro 2016.
He’s continued his phenomenal breakthrough season with a record breaking England debut and will be looking to impress this summer in France.
The 18-year-old, who only made his Man United debut on February 25, was named man of the match in the 2-1 victory over Australia at the Stadium of Light.
Rashford’s goal for England within the opening three minutes of the game made hime the youngest ever goalscorer for England on his debut.
Here’s what some fans had to say about his inclusion in Hogson’s final squad:
From young hopeful to international tournament player in 6 months. #Rashford is going to Euro2016.
— TShirtsUnited (@tshirtsunited) May 31, 2016
— Robert Christopher (@Robimuspr1me) May 31, 2016
Marcus Rashford in the @VAVELThreeLions squad. You may disagree, but it's such an exciting prospect. Delighted for him.
— Harry Robinson (@HarryRobinson64) May 31, 2016
It's crazy, Rashford probably wouldn't have even been picked for the u19 Euro squad if he had a stayed with the u18/21s
— Nicole ΑΩ (@NickiDupre) May 31, 2016
RASHFORD MADE THE ENGLAND SQUAD!
— No (@Nigerianscamsss) May 31, 2016
Rashford rise to stardom has been soo rapid. But the amazing thing is that it hasn't fazed him whatsoever ?
— Jesse Thompson ❄ (@Jesmeshd94) May 31, 2016
Rashford in! Deserved
— Red (@RedS3ven) May 31, 2016
After a dream season with Man United, nothing seems impossible for Rashford, he’s knocked down all the hurdles in his way and has definitely earned his spot on the place to France.
He’s still one of five strikers selected by Hodgson and will have to compete with the likes of Jamie Vardy, Harry Kane, Daniel Sturridge and Wayne Rooney. He’s proven himself on the centre stage plenty of times and will no doubt be relishing the opportunity to show his ability at the highest level.
I’m absolutely delighted for Rashford, it’s been a fairytale season for him and it looks like it will only get better this summer in France.