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Manchester United: Fans slam Marcus Rashford

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A number of Manchester United fans hit out at Marcus Rashford’s display in the 3-2 win over Arsenal on Thursday night.

The 24-year-old, who missed the beginning of the season due to a shoulder injury, was making his first Premier League start of the campaign as a right midfielder after previously turning out in a central role or on the left.

Fellow Englishman Jadon Sancho was on the left, with Cristiano Ronaldo selected up top. Rashford did set up the 36-year-old in the second half to put United in front, but apart from that, he struggled to impress.

Should United sell Rashford?

Yes, his time is up!

Yes, his time is up!

No way, stick with him!

No way, stick with him!

As per SofaScore, the 24-year-old failed with both of his crosses, was unsuccessful in all three dribbles attempted and lost six of his eight duels (75%). As a result, he was brought off with 11 minutes remaining for Jesse Lingard as United held on for the win.

United fans react

Here is what these United fans had to say about Rashford’s Old Trafford display, with one labelling him as ‘awful’ and many wanting him to be sold given the general decline in his performances over the past couple of seasons.

“Please sell Rashford in January, all jokes aside he is awful”

Credit: @utdnathan77

#mufc Evra… first job is to get rid of @MarcusRashford

Credit: @djb0607

“I’m dead serious, sell Rashford”

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“We should sell Rashford.”

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“That was arguably Rashford’s worst game in at least the last 2 years.”

Credit: @ManUtdMaverick

“Rashford is garbage despite the assist, has to be hauled off!!”

Credit: @BarnesOrlando

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