Marcus Rashford continued his hot goalscoring form with a brace against Leicester City, as Manchester United cruised to a 3-0 win at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford’s superb run of form continued as he netted a thing in each half of his side’s 3- 0 Premier League palm over Leicester City on Sunday to extend his scoring band to five games.
It was exactly what his side demanded as it survived an early storm from the callers, with keeper David De Gea pulling off a superb save to deny Harvey Barnes in the eighth nanosecond and beating that with an indeed better trouble to keep out a Kelechi Iheanacho title.
Leicester was left to bemoan extravagant early finishing when Rashford latched onto a pass down the right from Bruno Fernandes and dredged the ball across keeper Danny Ward and into the net after 25 twinkles at Old Trafford.
United midfielder Marcel Sabitzer was lucky to remain on the pitch after a dangerous challenge left Leicester’s Wout Faes demanding treatment, with the Austrian, who’s on loan from Bayern Munich, escaping discipline altogether.
United was a different side after the break, with Lisandro Martinez hitting the bar in the 49th nanosecond with a title and Rashford going near after another run and shot as Leicester lost their countenance.
England transnational Rashford bagged his alternate in the 56th nanosecond, cutting in from the left and tearing into the box before guiding the ball home to register his 14th league thing of the season and his 25th in all competitions.
Substitute Jadon Sancho added a brilliant third five twinkles latterly when Lisandro Martinez won the ball in midfield to allow Rashford to feed Sancho, who played a quick exchange of passes with Fernandes before drilling home.
Leicester chimed the changes in an trouble to get back into the game but United continued to have the better chances, with Sancho and Wout Weghorst declining good openings to add a fourth.
United moved on to 49 points, three behind alternate- placed Manchester City after 24 games and five adrift of leader Arsenal, which has played a game less. Fourth- placed Newcastle United trails Manchester United by eight points.
“We ’re near, but both brigades in front of us are good brigades and playing good football. We’ve to just concentrate on ourselves, do as well as we can and keep picking up points, ” Rashford told Sky Sports.
With a alternate- leg Europa League game against Barcelona and a League Cup final against Newcastle United coming up, United suckers will be hoping Rashford’s fat run continues.
“It’s still beforehand in the season, we ’re fighting for a lot of different effects, ” Rashford said.
“We’ve another big game in the week( against Barcelona) to hopefully go through to the coming round of the Europa League and also a massive game for us( in the mug final), ” he added. Know More Football News…