Marcus Rashford Being Interviewed By Children Is The Most Wholesome Thing You'll Ever Watch
Marcus Rashford recently sat down to be interviewed by a group of children and it could be the most wholesome thing ever.
The Manchester United striker was grilled by youngsters who are set to join sides within the city and they didn't hold back.
BT Sport documented some of the top questions in the clip you can check out below.
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One young Manchester City fan cheekily decided to bring up this season's Carabao Cup semi-final first leg, which saw Pep Guardiola's side run out 3-1 winners at Old Trafford.
"Can you believe Man City beat Man United 3-1?"
Rashford laughed and responded with: "Well we beat you 3-1 before as well!"
The youngster then asks why Rashford 'hates' City to which the England international says:
"No, I don't not like Man City. It's obviously difficult because there are people in my family that support City and it's just one of those things where when we're speaking about football we don't get into that.
"I was always a United fan so as soon as I knew that United wanted me to go and train there that was the end of it basically.
"I just went there like you are about to do now and fell in love with the club from then."
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Not all of the questions were as hard hitting, with some of them concerning if his mother still shouts at him or if United teammate Jesse Lingard is better than him at Call Of Duty, which Rashford says he isn't.
He also insisted that he wasn't happy about his side's arch-rivals potentially being banned from football for two years.
"No, I have friends that play for City so it's not nice to see it happen to them."
Rashford also showered Guardiola with praise and said the current Premier League champions are 'lucky' to have a manager like him.
The forward then discussed what it takes to become a footballer at the highest level and how much you need to sacrifice.
"It takes a lot of patience," he begun.
"Everyone from the outside looking in thinks that it's a plain and simple journey but you can't take anything personally.
"Just remember that the people around you are the ones trying to help you and then once you get your opportunity make sure you take it because at the big clubs you don't know how many opportunities you're going to get."
It's a mature response from Rashford who will be eager to return to Premier League action when the postponement ends.
He has been out with a back injury since mid-January and is a key figure in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.
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