RASHFORD EAGER TO STAR AGAIN AGAINST MAN CITY
M- Marcus Rashford is relishing the opportunity to t ake on Manchester City again, revealing his 2016 derby winner for Manchester United was the highlight of his young career.
The England forward has won the FA Cup, League Cup and Europa League, as well as featuring for his country at two major tournaments, but Rashford harks back to the very start of his time in the United first team for a moment he treasures above all others.
In the 2015-16 season, less than a month on from his debut for the club, Rashford netted the only goal of the game at City to settle the derby - and he reflected on that strike ahead of today's latest clash.
"For me, personally, to score the winner there was the biggest feeling in my career," the 21-year-old told United's official website.
"Obviously, winning trophies is always your aim, but I'd say, on a personal note, that was the biggest feeling I've had.
"Derbies are always tough games, but I think they're the games in which you always learn the most. There can be games where you win 3-0 or 4-0 and everyone's happy but what have you learnt from the game itself?”
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