September 19, 2023
Marcus Rasford

Marcus Rashford, a forward for Manchester United, has explained why he did not start the Reds’ victory over Wolves. Rashford later entered the game and scored the game-winning goal.

Erik ten Hag did not choose the forward for the starting XI for United’s trip to Wolves despite the striker’s recent strong play for both club and country.

Marcus went on to atone for his oversight after being introduced by the manager at halftime, coming off the bench to score the game-winning goal in the 1-0 victory at Molineux. Ten Hag explained before the game that a “internal disciplinary” was the reason behind that.

Marcus explained what transpired leading up to the game in an interview with BT Sport, and he expressed the hope that everything could finally be put behind him.

“I overslept and slept in late, so I was a little late for the meeting. Rashford told BT reporter Des Kelly that it was possible.

It’s against team rules, and mistakes do happen. Naturally, [I’m] disappointed that I won’t be playing right away, but I respect the choice.

“I’m glad that we were still able to win the game. I believe we can put it behind us and move on.
The Reds secured all three points from a tense match in the Midlands thanks to Rashford’s 11th goal of the season for United in all competitions.

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Rasford scored winning goal for the reds

Since making his Premier League debut in February 2016 (65 goals, 35 assists), Rashford has contributed to 100 goals in the league.

When asked about the historic performance, Marcus identified his favorite aspect of the goal but withheld praise for his teammates’ role in the run-up.

A goal that took the reds to 4th place on the league table

“The finish is always the finest part; it’s a terrific feeling when the ball reaches the back of the net. The total lead-up to the goal, in my opinion, was strong.

They’re a tough side to break down, and I believe they were playing with five defenders at the time, so there wasn’t much room to maneuver, but we managed to find the openings and score.”

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