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Marcus Rashford scores on England debut v Australia - Twitter reacts.

Marcus Rashford scores on England debut v Australia - Twitter reacts

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Marcus Rashford continued to enhance his burgeoning reputation with a goal just two minutes into his England debut against Australia on Friday evening.

The 18-year-old scored with his very first shot - only his fourth touch in international football - and subsequently becomes the youngest player ever to score on his England debut. (Scroll down to watch the video).

Rashford also becomes the third youngest goalscorer in the history of the England national team after Wayne Rooney and Michael Owen.

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Raheem Sterling’s cross deflected off one of the Australian defenders into the path of the Manchester United starlet, who produced an unerring finish from close range.

Rashford’s debut goal sparked thousands of tweets from excited football fans and you can see the best reaction by scrolling down a little further.

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Video: Rashford scores on his England debut

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