MANchester United’s Marcus Rashford has not scored from open play since their opening game of the campaign but while manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the England forward is not firing on all cylinders he is confident the goals will come. Rashford has netted three goals so far this season, but two of those... The post Man United boss Solskjaer relaxed over misfiring Rashford appeared first on Cyprus Mail. (Date:09/22/2019 08:31) Read full article >>

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