Marcus Rashford had a really bad start during England – Slovakia in World Cup Qualifying. In the opening five minutes, England was under pressure and the 19-years-old player picked the ball to dribble it out of danger. It was his first bad move.
Despite Marcus was supposed to track midfielder, Stanislav Lobotka made no mistakes and put his squad ahead. As a result, Slovakia opened the score at the 2 and half minutes. This is was the worst start for England and Rashford as well.
However, the failure didn’t let the squad ruin the game. Dele Alli, Kane and Rashford made many attempts, which unfortunately passed in vain. Suddenly Rashford’s great corner was picked up by Eric Dier who equalized the score on 37 minutes.
Then, young England player made an excellent winning shot from outside the box. Marcus scored a superb goal past Slovakia keeper Martin Dubravka which sealed the victory on 59 minutes.
England will hold their next qualifier match against Slovenia on 5 October. It was a spectacular show and no matter what but 19-years-old Marcus Rashford is truly the man who saved the day.
Marcus Rashford ? pic.twitter.com/wvB0Z35M5m
— Adam Joseph (@AdamJosephSport) September 4, 2017
Fair play Rashford. At fault for the first goal. Assists the equaliser and scores the second. Also seems like a nice lad, in fairness.
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) September 4, 2017
Rashford's got it all. He just needs time and experience, but good grief.. can become the best striker in the world.
— Jonas Giæver (@CheGiaevara) September 4, 2017
Rashford to everyone who were mocking him after his mistake
(1 goal and 1 assist)pic.twitter.com/aG39Qrfnje
— Troll Football Media (@Troll__Footbal) September 4, 2017
Absolutely twatting the ball in from one yard out is still the best kind of Rashford goal pic.twitter.com/HCQ5zoX2G2
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) September 4, 2017
Marcus Rashford leaves the pitch to a standing ovation from the Wembley crowd. ?
A match-winning contribution as it stands. pic.twitter.com/nuJiEIJSVm
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) September 4, 2017