Marcus Rashford Moves On to the Official Trademark of Celebrating a New Goal


Marcus Rashford could make millions after switching to trademark his new goal celebration.

Rashford recently pointed at his head with his right finger whenever he found the back of the net.

The Englishman is currently in great shape and has scored ten times in his last 11 games for United.

Last night against Reading in the fourth round of the FA Cup, the 25-year-old thought he was in the protocol after a brilliant header, but Wout Weghorst due to offside in the lead-up to the goal led to the goal being counted. referee.

Rashford’s celebration made a splash in the football world and is now one of the most recognizable events not only in England, but also abroad.

A number of football stars copied the cult celebration of the graduate of the United Academy.

Joelinton from Newcastle, Bukayo Saka from Arsenal and Joshua Kimmich from Bayern are just a few of those who took up this case.

English cricketer Jofra Archer also recently held a Rashford celebration and even paid tribute to United’s No. 10 in a viral social media post.

The last sports figure to imitate a United player was Novak Djokovic, who won the 2023 Australian Open.

The Sun reports: “His [Rashford’s] finger salute is a tribute to boss Erik ten Hag, who instilled a positive attitude in Rashford.”

“Rashford has applied to the UK Intellectual Property Office for silhouette registration.”

“If the patent is accepted, it will protect everything from computer games and digital images to sports equipment, clothing, shoes, phone cases, books, educational and motivational services from counterfeiting for ten years.”


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