Teenage sensation Marcus Rashford has always had an astute eye for goal. Footage has emerged of the young Manchester United striker on a scoring spree for the Red’s Under-17s side during the Milk Cup campaign of 2014.
At just 16-years-old of age during the tournament, the striker bagged four goals in three games in the youth tournament held in Northern Ireland — including a stunning solo effort of intricate skill.
Rashford scored four very different goals as he showed off the potential which earnt him his call up to Louis van Gaal’s starting line-up.
The young Mancunian, whose current contract is up in the summer, has made an astonishing impact at Old Trafford following his debut in the Europa League last week.
He scored twice on his debut in the 5-1 mauling of FC Midtjylland last Thursday.
The star striker stole the show again with two more on Sunday as United beat title-chasing Arsenal 3-2.
It is expected that Manchester United will reward Rashford for his Old Trafford heroics with a new £15,000-a-week deal. Whilst this may reflect a modest sum by modern footballing standards, the figure represents a staggering 3,000% pay rise for the 18-year-old, who is on just £500 a week at the moment.
Rashford’s goalscoring prowess has even prompted calls for him to be considered for Roy Hodgson’s Euro 2016 England.