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Marcus Rashford’s breakthrough into the Manchester United first team was a breath of fresh air, which meant that then Louis van Gaal’s side would crawl up the table after a dismal start to the 2015/2016 season.
Rashford, unsurprisingly, made his Premier League debut against Arsenal, on the back of an impressive outing against Midtjylland in the Europa League game. The youngster was on fire against Arsenal, so much so that he suggested that it was quite easier than his Chemistry exam.
Reporter: "So how was the Chemistry exam?"
Rashford: "To be honest, beating Arsenal last night was easier, Varela's too"
— The United Theory (@TheUnitedTheory) February 29, 2016
However, it turns out that it was untrue. Although, he scored a brace and recorded an assist in the Gunners’ game but he now reveals that facing Laurent Koscielny was a tough task
In a question and answer section on Twitter, the 18-year-old was apt to reveal that an Arsenal player is the toughest defender he has faced thus far in his footballing career.
“Laurent Koscielny at Arsenal,” Rashford said on United’s Football & Me feature. “He was a difficult defender to play against.”
Rashford has had a whirlwind start to his United career, from a fairytale debut season to making the three Lions squad to the 2016 Euros. with 7 goals last season, he has shown that he can hold his own against the big boys.
We have got Zlatan Ibrahimovich now, but the realisation that there is a youngster who would fly the club’s colours in the long run is soothing relief.
United face Liverpool this weekend, and there is hoping that the young striker finds the score sheet against a Red side that have won the likes of Chelsea and Arsenal this season.