During one of yesterday’s friendlies between Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion, Marcus Rashford pulled off a sensational piece of skill.
With Rashford’s back facing West Brom youngster Jack Fitzwater in the box, the England international got past his man after a superb piece of skill that we don’t even think has a name.
The best way to describe the trickery would be as a 180-degree roulette of sorts, Rashford then played a low cross into the middle of the box, which was gathered by Ex-Red Devils ace Sam Johnstone.
Rashford pulled off the insane bit of dribbling in the first of two 60-minute friendlies against the Baggies, as per the Star, United lost the match Rashford played 2-1 but won the second fixture 3-1.
Take a look at the star’s moment of magic below:
— utdreport (@utdreport) June 12, 2020
This skill from Marcus Rashford though ?
— United Zone (@ManUnitedZone_) June 12, 2020
Pictures from MUTV.
Rashford was enjoying the best season of his professional career before he was hit with a long-term injury in January, it would be great to see the 22-year-old pick up where he left off when football returns.