Manchester United Manager Warns Rashford To Guard Against Laziness To Maintain Top Form


Photo: Instagram/Marcus Rashford

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has warned Marcus Rashford to guard against laziness if he wants to maintain his position as one of Europe's top forwards.

Rashford scored his 21st goal of the season in Sunday's win at Leeds, leaving him just one goal short of his best return in a season.

Ten Hag believes Rashford can keep scoring goals as long as he invests every day, keeps his focus and brings energy and belief to every game.

Photo: Instagram/Marcus Rashford 

Rashford has scored 13 goals in 15 games since the World Cup, and Ten Hag considers him one of the best forwards in Europe.

Ten Hag took charge of United last May and was convinced that he could improve Rashford. He believes Rashford has many skills and high potential and can become even better.

Rashford had a disappointing 2021-22 season, scoring only five times in all competitions, but has since found his form.

He only scored five goals in his first 13 appearances this season but has since scored in successive matches at the end of October.

Rashford has 114 United career goals and is currently 19th on the club's all-time list.

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Source: BBC Sports
 


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