Marcus Rashford scores brilliant goal against West Ham

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Marcus Rashford may well have been dragged off at half-time against Tottenham on Sunday, but he has responded in style against West Ham United in the FA Cup this evening. 

The teenager, who has enjoyed a remarkable start to life at Old Trafford, has opened the scoring in the quarter-final clash. 

As you can see in the video below, the dynamic forward took the ball in his stride and produced an emphatic curling finish into the top corner of Darren Randolph's goal. 


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It's safe to say that Rashford's goal was well deserved after a strong opening 60 minutes from the Red Devils. 

Louis van Gaal's side, who were heavily criticised after a poor performance in north London this past weekend, have bounced back in style but will be well aware that the contest is by no means over. 

Brilliant goal 

Anyway, you can see the goal here: 

A number of United players have impressed so far - even Marouane Fellaini - but they can't rest on their laurels just yet. 


Fellaini has doubled United's advantage after Frenchman Anthony Martial struck the ball across the edge of the six-yard box. 

The Belgium international certainly deserved his goal after a fine performance, while Martial, Rashford and co. have been lively throughout. 

Here's the goal: 

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