Dimitar Berbatov Commentating Over Marcus Rashford's First Touch Is The Best Thing You'll Hear Today
Dimitar Berbatov adored Marcus Rashford's touch prior to Manchester United's equaliser against Sheffield United and he detailed it all on Instagram.
Rashford scored two on Thursday night as the Red Devils ran out 3-2 winners at Bramall Lane, but they did go behind in the game.
It was up to the 23-year-old to step up and fire home an equaliser, which he did after a delightful bit of play.
Berbatov is a former United man who knows all about silky skills and he marvelled: "Bang, bang, bang! This is football... This is football... Look!"
Berbatov commentating over Rashford's goal is the best thing you'll see today :joy::joy:
- United Zone (@ManUnitedZone_) December 18, 2020
The Bulgarian tormented defenders as United plaeer between 2008 and 2012.
While it ended up being a routine win for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, Dean Henderson's mistake inside the first five minutes let David McGoldrick give his side the lead.
Rashford hit back in the 26th minute with is first goal of the game and seven minutes later, Anthony Martial gave United the lead.
A stunning team goal finished by Rasford in the second half then gave the away side a two goal advantage.
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But McGoldrick popped up with his second of the game three minutes from time to ensure a nervy ending.
United are now five points off Premier League leaders Liverpool with a game in hand and have come from behind to win in their last six away games.
But Solskjaer thinks improving their form at home is the only way to be considered title challengers.
"We need to sort the home form," he said per Daily Express.
"It is not like it is home and away with these conditions without fans. We should be more used to the Old Trafford pitches than these pitches.
"Sunday [against Leeds] is a massive game, we have been waiting for years and we will be ready for it."
Their only win at Old Trafford in the league came last month when they saw off West Bromwich Albion 1-0.
Scoring goals at home has proved to be an issue too, netting just three with two of those coming from the penalty spot.
Featured Image Credit: Dimitar Berbatov/Instagram
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