Marcus Rashford has matched Cristiano Ronaldo’s historic record at Manchester United in 2008 after scoring the winner in the 189th Mancheter Derby.
After Bruno Fernandes canceled out Jack Grealish’s 60th minute header, Marcus Rashford netted the winner as he poked home a cross from substitute Alejandro Garnacho to condemn Manchester City to their third Premier League defeat this season.
Rashford’s goal have seen him match Cristiano Ronaldo’s historic record at Manchester United in 2008.
The former Manchester United forward, now Al-Nassr player, scored in seven consecutive Manchester United matches in 2008, becoming the first player to do so.
Marcus Rashford has joined the Portuguese after the winner against Manchester City, and may likely break the record in subsequent matches.
His goal against Manchester City at Old Trafford was his 8th post-World Cup goal, and he has garnered them in seven consecutive Manchester United matches.
Rashford’s Man United career has been piqued since the arrival of Erik Ten Hag as the new manager. He was impressive before the World Cup break, scoring decisive goals that propelled the team into a vantage position in the top-four race.
After the World Cup, Marcus Rashford has picked from where he stopped, and is scoring for fun to cap his glittering Man United career.
After the World Cup, Manchester United returned to competitive football with a 2-0 win over Burnley in EFL Cup Round 16. Marcus Rashford scored the second goal in the second half to seal the win for Red Devils.
Their next game was a Premier League clash against Nottingham Forest which ended in a convincing 3-0 win. Marcus Rashford again scored for the Red Devils in the 19th minute to open the scoring for the team.
Rashford also scored in Manchester United’s narrow victory over Wolves at the Molineux Stadium. Against Bournemouth, the England star scored a late goal to seal a 3-0 win for the Red Devils.
The Three Lions forward also brought his class to bear in Manchester United’s 3-1 win over Everton in the FA Cup, scoring a late penalty to secure the win.
In the EFL Cup quarterfinal against Charlton, Marcus Rashford bagged a brace, and has now become the second Man United player to score in seven consecutive games for Man United after his winner against Manchester City.
Marcus Rashford has now matched Cristiano Ronaldo’s record, scoring in seven consecutive Premier League matches.
He has now bagged 8 goals so far after the World Cup and is in the form of his life for the Red Devils. Marcus is now Premier League highest goal scorer after the World Cup, and has shown great improvement under Erik Ten Hag.
Also, he has now scored in his last 9 appearances in Old Trafford, making him the first player to achieved the feat after Teddy Sheringham since 2000.
Marcus Rashford All Goals Under Erik Ten Hag.