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Although his answer was clearly tongue-in-cheek, I was struck by just how much Rashford was paying attention to his personal stats.
Clearly there’s a desire there to keep a detailed track of the progress he’s obviously been making over the past season or two, because whoever you believe when it comes to assist stats, it cannot be denied that Marcus’s ability to provide for his team-mates is just another string which has been added to his ever-increasing bow.
Rashford enjoyed his highest-ever goalscoring season in 2019/20, netting 22 times despite missing a large portion of the campaign through injury.
He’s already on 18 this term and, with United having an absolute minimum of 13 games to play, it’s likely that he’ll be beating more personal bests very soon – and that one won’t be disputed!