Marcus Rashford Paints The City Red in The Movie “Derby Day” Come Back


Manchester United came from behind to beat their noisy neighbours Manchester City.

United fell behind when Jack Grealish received Kevin de Bruyne’s cross and sent the ball into the net.

However, a brilliant moment between Bruno Fernandez and Marcus Rashford equalized the situation.

Substitute Alejandro Garnacho succeeded in the penalty area, finding Rashford, who directed the ball past the diving Ederson.

United finished the game with a pitiful 29% in the defensive masterclass against 71% of City.

City made 723 passes with 88% transmission accuracy. The Red Devils made 309 passes with a 74% chance.

The English champions struck five shots, and only one hit the target — Grealish’s goal. On the other hand, Eric Ten Hag’s team landed eight shots, four of which hit the target.

Once again, United’s best player was Marcus Rashford.

The Englishman is currently in great shape and completed a brilliant performance against City, scoring a goal in favor of the winner of United.

The result now puts United in third place, just one point below City.

Rashford has 29 touches of the ball in the 90 minutes he has spent on the field.

The winger won 100% of his ground duels, which was a remarkable shift in defense against him.

Rashford landed three shots on goal. Two came in the first half, but he made the most important score in the second half.

The 25-year-old won two tackles and made one key pass. Rashford’s goal means he has now become the first player to score in seven consecutive matches for United since Cristiano Ronaldo in 2008.


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