Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has certainly impressed fans of late, especially after his performances vs Tottenham and Manchester City with the statistics proving just how good he is.
The sensational academy product seems to have hit a new level this season and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now reaping the benefits of putting faith in him.
Rashford was criticised earlier in the campaign for a handful of poor performances in the absence of Anthony Martial but it was clear he was not a striker.
Solskjaer was forced to play the talented Englishman in place of the bright Frenchman due to a lack of options and unfortunately that decision backfired.
However, once Rashford was moved back to the left-wing, his performances improved and he hasn’t looked back since.
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The stat above proves just how good Rashford has been and how crucial he has been to the Red Devils this season.
The aim has to be to play at this high level consistently but the pacy attacker has to aim to be talismanic for his side as well.
Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie weren’t just good players but they also singlehandedly carried former Manchester United teams to positive results and Rashford must do the same consistently as he did against Tottenham.