It is a few hours remaining for the long-awaited game for manchester united to host Liverpool at the Old Trafford pitch. Many Manchester United fans are worried about what might be their fate at the end of 90 mins, but others are hoping for good results today since the previous games have been lost both away and home.
The Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has backed returning forward Marcus Rashford to continue learning from Cristiano Ronaldo, and strive to emulate the no.7, after netting twice in the space of five days.
Rashford, who is now 23, has insisted that his current physical state is as good as it has ever been after a lengthy spell on the sidelines following a successful shoulder operation.
Solskjaer is confident in the forward’s abilities, revealing to club media that his next challenge must be to push through his current level of performance to take him to that next level, held by the very best in the game.
The Manchester-born Academy graduate also remains the top scorer under his current manager with an impressive 54 strikes to his name, after his composed effort against Atalanta sparked the marvelous comeback in midweek.
In terms of an impressive return to first-team action, the United no.10 also netted when coming off the bench at Leicester City, with the Reds boss full of praise for Rashford’s contribution, setting his sights high for greater things to come further down the line.
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