Marcus Rashford makes point about his Man United role
Marcus Rashford insists that he is more concerned about Man United results than personal records
Marcus Rashford has insisted that he is more concerned about Manchester United’s collective form than his individual numbers.
The 20-year-old has been a regular fixture in the Manchester United team this season under Jose Mourinho, although he will probably be hoping to make more starts for the Red Devils between now and the end of the season.
Rashford only played the final eight minutes of Manchester United’s derby clash against Manchester City in the Premier League at The Etihad last weekend.
The youngster has made 29 Premier League appearances this season but has only started 14 top flight games for the Red Devils this term.
Despite that, no Manchester United player has made more appearances under Mourinho than Rashford since the Portuguese coach’s appointment at Old Trafford back in 2016.
Rashford admits that he is proud of that fact, but says that he is only really concerned about the results of the team.
Speaking to United Review, Rashford said: “I wasn’t aware of it before I saw it and it’s something to be proud of.
“But we always want more and we always want to show progression individually and as a team, so the numbers don’t really matter as much as the results do to me.”
Manchester United will return to Premier League action on Sunday afternoon with a home clash against West Brom.
The Red Devils are currently second in the Premier League table as they bid to try and finish as runners-up to Manchester City this season.
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