Marcus Rashford of Manchester United has been fined and handed six points on his driver’s license after confessing to speeding in Manchester last year.
The 25 year old Manchester United striker, Marcus Rashford was driving through the City centre when he surpassed the speed limit of 20 miles per hour with his Mercedes G VRM.
The event happened in May 2022 and Marcus Rashford has admitted the offense.
According to reports he (Rashford) was fined £574 by Manchester Magistrates’ Court as a result. The England player also received six license points for the infraction.
Just last month, his Mercedes showed up for sale again, but this time at a fraction of the £670,000 he originally paid for it.
Regularly, Rashford use to drive the flashy car to Carrington, where Manchester United usually hold their training sessions.
Rashford has lately spent over £280,000 on a McLaren 765 Long Tail sports vehicle and a £390,000 Black Badge Cullinan Rolls Royce.
The England international scored his 11th goal of the season in the Premier League on Wednesday, 8th of February, 2023, against Leeds United.
Against Leeds, Rashford started on the right wing but switched to the left after halftime, ultimately playing in the middle, where he was at his most lethal.
Rashford now has 20 goals in the current season for Manchester United in all competitions.
It’s the sixth straight home game in which the striker has scored in the Premier League.
Ever since Wayne Rooney did it in April of 2012, he has been the only Man United player to accomplish that task.
Rashford, who has 20 goals to his name this season, has surpassed the efforts of a few club superstars, including Cristiano Ronaldo and Ruud van Nistelrooy, who both only managed to score in six consecutive home games across all competitions during their respective stints at Old Trafford.
This season, the England national team striker equaled and then surpassed the feat of the Red Devils’ all-time greatest scorer by scoring in nine straight home matches.
Rashford, 25, has been on fire recently, scoring in each of his past six Premier League games for Manchester United to become the first player to do it since Wayne Rooney in April 2012.
Rashford scored three goals for England at the World Cup in Qatar, including two against Wales, tying Bukayo Saka for the team’s most goals.
Since his return to domestic football, he has continued his impressive form, which has led to Manchester United breaking into the top four and advancing to the Carabao Cup final.
On Sunday, the Red Devils will go to Elland Road for the second of two matches in five days against Leeds.
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