After what seemed like an eternity, Marcus Rashford finally wore a smile on the Manchester United pitch. However, it was a grin of disbelief as he received a red card, interrupting what had been one of United’s more impressive performances of the season—albeit not the most competitive.
The setback occurred during the midweek clash against Copenhagen, where Rashford’s second career dismissal paved the way for United to concede four goals, marking the club’s ninth defeat in 17 games this season.
In the midst of this collective turmoil, Rashford faced a personal struggle in front of goal, managing to score only once throughout the season—just a third of Scott McTominay’s tally.
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At arguably the lowest point in Rashford’s career, he achieved a significant milestone for United, highlighting his unmistakable talent. By participating in the game against Luton Town on Saturday, Rashford reached his 250th Premier League appearance. Surpassing the famously prodigious Ryan Giggs, Rashford, at less than two weeks past his 26th birthday, became the youngest player in Manchester United’s history to achieve this landmark.