10 Mar, 16:00
Marcus Rashford has had a strong record against the top 6 teams in England’s top flight and it took him only 14 minutes before finding the back of the net, to cement his record.
Rashford was handed his first start of the year in what was expected to be a thrilling derby Vs Liverpool and in 24 minutes, Rashford had bagged his brace. The first was a brilliantly taken goal after cutting back on his right foot while the second took a slight deflection to wrong-foot Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius.
According to Opta stats, Marcus Rashford has averaged a goal every 204 minutes in the Premier League against 'big six' opposition (5 goals in 1021 mins), compared to scoring every 324 mins on average versus other opposition (9 goals, 2914 mins).
Manchester United went ahead to win the game 2-1, with the 1 Liverpool goal being an own goal by Eric Bailly.