Marcus Rashford reveals THREE reasons for red-hot form and shares verdict on Man Utd’s first season under Erik ten Hag | The Sun
MARCUS RASHFORD has revealed the three key reasons behind his red-hot form this season.
And the Manchester United star has also delivered his verdict on Erik ten Hag’s first season at the helm.
Rashford, 25, has been in sparkling form this term with 25 goals in all competitions.
It’s the forward’s best-ever campaign, with three months still left to play.
And Rashford has already collected a trophy after beating Newcastle in February’s Carabao Cup final.
The England star also bagged three goals at the World Cup in November.
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And he has now revealed the three reasons behind his upturn in form.
Rashford reckons being fully fit, having a proper training camp before the new term and slotting seamlessly into Ten Hag’s system have helped him hit new heights.
And needless to say, Rashford is a big fan of the Dutchman already.
That’s despite being part of the misfit side that lost 7-0 to Liverpool on Sunday.
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Rashford said: "The main thing is that I came into the season fit.
“I was 100% fit, I had a good training camp before pre-season and then it was a change with the new manager, new staff and way of playing.
“It was exciting for me and I've not looked back since then.
“We've come on a lot as a team and won big games in our style and it's been a while since I could say that.
“We've tried our best to play our football."
Rashford also hit out at critics who claim he and teammates STOPPED playing in the hammering at Anfield.
He added: "We didn't give up – that is nonsense. We were unorganised and communication was bad.
"It comes down to the fact I believe everyone was trying to get back into the game that much, we came away from the principles in and out of possession.
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"I felt the forwards were trying to press, just the forward unit, and were disconnected from the midfield.
"We were talking but weren't in agreement on what to do. The only thing we can do is learn from it and move on."
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