It is not a surprise that Manchester United, as a team, massively regressed when Marcus Rashford was out recovering after his surgery. The England International's style of play is a huge part of how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants his Manchester United team to play.
Rashford lit the fire and opened the floodgates for the Red Devils' comeback during the Champions League match against Atalanta at Old Trafford. Although he was substituted after 60 minutes, he never looked less like a threat as he was always making runs in behind the defence. He missed a couple of chances but was absolutely clinical when it mattered and gave United a foundation for the comeback.
Manchester United have now scored 302 goals under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with Rashford scoring the 300th goal. The Englishman scored the first ever goal during Solskjaer reign at the club and is now the player who scored another landmark goal.
Rashford has accumulated 54 goals under Solskjaer across all competitions, becoming the player with the highest number of goals under the Norwegian.
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