The team is comprised of the best selection of players aged U21 and under at the Euros, along with the youngest keeper at the tournament in Spain’s Sergio Rico, who is 22 years old.
Martial, 20, will be hoping to make an impact on home soil for France, while Rashford, 18, may prove to be England’s wildcard if he can force his way into the team ahead of the likes of Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane:
Players such as Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo first announced their talents on the world stage at the Euros and Martial and Rashford will want to do the same.
Jose Mourinho will also have one eye on the pair as he looks to finalise his plans at Man United next season.
But both Martial and Rashford are supreme talents and there is no doubt that they will go on to achieve great things over their careers even if they don’t impress at this particular tournament.