Have you ever seen these goals by Rashford?

Look out for simple tap-ins, trademark side-foot finishes, penalties, free-kicks and swerving drives.

His only goal for the Under-21s, as the side was known back then, in a game against Leicester City at Leigh Sports Village, is also featured. Marcus did not spend very long at that level because his rise was so meteoric.

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Shoretire sets quirky new club record

Clubs must submit unique squad numbers for the Papa John’s Trophy, where Under-21s teams play against professional sides, and Ethan Laird (41), D’Mani Mellor (49), Ethan Galbraith (54), Di’Shon Bernard (58), Largie Ramazani (59) and Dylan Levitt (63) all wore theirs when brought into the senior set-up in Kazakhstan.

Tim Fosu-Mensah (51), Brandon Williams (53) and Mason Greenwood (54) also sported unusual figures at the dawn of their Reds careers, before moving up the list. Greenwood, for example, wore no.26 last season before being awarded the famous no.11 at the beginning of the current term.

Meanwhile, Tobin Heath wears the no.77 for our Women’s side.

Despite assuring his place in club history, Shoretire is still some way off the overall Premier League record, currently held by Arsenal’s highly rated Bukayo Saka.

The versatile England international wore no.87 on his top-flight debut for the Gunners, back in January 2019, before moving to no.77 and then his current no.7.

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United send best wishes to McQueen family

“In January, Gordon McQueen, our dad, was formally diagnosed with vascular dementia,” said the statement.

“As a family, we felt it was important to let people know, particularly if raising awareness can help others in similar situations.

“Whilst, as a family, we’ve found it hard to come to terms with the changes in dad, he has no regrets about his career and has lived life to the full.

“He had unforgettable experiences in his playing days with Scotland, Manchester United and Leeds United, and also took so much from his coaching and TV work in more recent times.

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LIVE U23s: EVERTON v UNITED

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