Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has praised Marcus Rashford following his performance vs Bournemouth.
The Englishman scored a goal and grabbed an assist in a fine display of his attacking talents.
Rashford is well known for his pace but his work-rate and dynamism deserves praise as well as he keeps up his recent good form.
Fans previously complained of how static Romelu Lukaku is so the youngster’s movement is surely a welcome change.
The Belgian himself should also enjoy working under Solskjaer but Marcus could keep him out of the starting XI for now.
Ole has been consistently positive since his arrival and there’s no doubt that’s been a factor in the improved mood in the dressing room.
Plenty of fans doubted whether Rashford could truly become a striker but more keen eyed observers noticed that it was simply Jose Mourinho’s system that didn’t suit him.
The academy product could work on either flank but the Portuguese manager often needed a powerful presence up top to suit his style.
Unfortunately that’s not Marcus’ strong suit but under Solskjaer there’s no reason why he can’t lead the line since his other, more suitable attributes are required in the new system.