Marcus Rashford looked hard at work in training ahead of Egnland’s friendly fixture against Portugal at the Wembley Stadium on Thursday.
He recently signed a new deal with Man United keeping him at the club until 2020 and was named in Roy Hodgson’s 23-man England squad for Euro 2016.
It’s been an incredible few months for the Mancunian striker and in under 100 days he’s scored in his Europa League debut, Premier League debut, England debut, netted the winner in the Manchester Derby and fired a superb goal in the FA Cup semi-final against West Ham.
The youngster is England’s youngest debut scorer after finding the back of the net just three minutes into his senior England debut against Australia on Friday.
Rashford was given his first-team debut because of an injury crisis earlier in the season but he’s taken the opportunity with both hands and has smashed down all expectations of him since.
Nothing seems impossible for him, the youngster has proven his ability and after a dream debut season and it looks like it’ll only get better as he definitely earned his spot on the place to France.
His inclusion in the squad shows how high he has risen in such a short space of time, he still has to compete with the likes of Jamie Vardy, Harry Kane, Daniel Sturridge and Wayne Rooney, but there’s no doubt he’ll be looking to give them all a run for their money on the centre stage.