Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has named striker, Marcus Rashford as a ‘top class’ player after the England international marked his 200th Red Devils appearance in his side’s 4-0 win over Norwich City on Saturday.
Two goals from Marcus Rashford, a goal from Anthony Martial and a strike from Mason Greenwood ensured Solskjaer’s men defeated Norwich at Old Trafford.
“What an achievement to get to 200 games at his age. I don’t know how many Rashford has scored but that’s 19 this season,” Solskjaer told post-match press conference.
“He’s absolutely top class to work with, a great kid. He wants to learn, improve and he knows how to keep feet on the ground.
“Today he was carrying a few knocks but there was no chance he was going to say to me before the game he didn’t want to play.
“He will become better but he has everything to become a top-class player: attitude, skill, physique.
“I’m delighted I have three centre-forwards scoring today.”