Rashford on fire .

Marcus Rashford scores winning goal against Aston Villa

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He has done it again: Marcus Rashford struck Manchester United's winning goal as they secured an important 1-0 victory over Aston Villa in the Premier League. 

The result condemned Villa to relegation and further increased Rashford's popularity at Old Trafford. 

At just 18-years-old, there really appears to be no stopping the exciting English youngster. In fact, his latest strike has continued his remarkable record for the Red Devils. 


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On every occasion that Rashford has scored, Louis van Gaal's side have secured the victory. FC Midtjylland, Arsenal, Manchester City, West Ham United and now Villa have all failed to keep the teenager at bay. His seven goals for the Red Devils have been crucial. 

Unsurprisingly, there's now a debate as to whether England boss Roy Hodgson should select him as his wildcard for this summer's European Championships. 

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In truth, the tournament in France may well come slightly too early for the youngster, but it's safe to say that he could have quite the international future ahead of him. 

Ultimately, though, he will just be pleased to have scored yet another significant goal for the Red Devils, who are still in with a chance of securing a top-four finish in the Premier League this season. 

Anway, you can watch the goal here and see how fans reacted to it on social media... 

Should Rashford go to Euro 2016? Have your say below! 

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