In the wake of addressing Britain at the World Cup, Marcus Rashford immediately adjusted to club business by scoring a fabulous independent objective in Manchester Joined's EFL Cup triumph over Burnley at Old Trafford. Manager Erik ten Hag selected Rashford as one of five United players serving in the Qatar World Cup Squads for the starting lineup.
After receiving his first assist since May 2021, Christian Eriksen gave the home team the lead just before halftime with a stunning first-time finish. Then, with a stunning goal 12 minutes into the second half, Rashford stole the show.
Rashford ran into the area, ducked between Jack Cork and Jordan Beyer, and scored his ninth goal of the season into the bottom corner after Burnley's defense gave him too much room. It was adequate for Joined to keep their second home triumph in the initial an hour and a half of this opposition in the past five years.