Marcus Rashford opens up on early Man Utd struggles and fears he ‘didn’t belong’ in team | Football | Sport

“You always think about playing in the first team and scoring goals for United or at Old Trafford or any stadium, but you forget how your life can change overnight.

“Things that you can do with your friends, things that you can do with your family, the places you can go, it all changes and I probably wasn’t as prepared for that bit as I was the actual going on the pitch and playing.”

Rashford has now racked up 64 goals and 33 assists in 201 appearances for United, added to 10 goals in 38 caps for England, despite not turning 23 until October.

He added: “I can’t say I’ve ever really enjoyed the attention off the pitch.

“That’s one thing growing up as a footballer that you never think about.

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