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Marcus Rashford aims cheeky dig at Roy Keane after Man Utd legend questions 'why he's upset'

Marcus Rashford aims cheeky dig at Roy Keane after Man Utd legend questions 'why he's upset'

Marcus Rashford appeared to aim a dig at Roy Keane.

Marcus Rashford appeared to aim a thinly-veiled dig at Roy Keane following his criticism of the Manchester United star.

Rashford scored in his side's 2-2 draw against Tottenham earlier this month.

It was just his fourth goal for Man United this season as he endures a difficult campaign, having scored 30 goals in all competitions last season.

After his strike against Spurs, Rashford wheeled away in celebration and appeared to gesture to his critics, suggesting they talk too much.

Rashford's celebration didn't go down well with Keane, who hit out at the 26-year-old.

On Sky Sports, he said: "We need to see more of this [Rashford’s overall performance], because he’s shown it before, he’s got the quality.

"Why does he seem to be upset with everybody?"

Keane added: "He simplified his game [today]. He’s obviously been told by his manager, the coaching staff that when we are in possession, in space, you’ve got to run in this game.

"You’ve got to stretch teams and when Marcus is doing that it’s very hard to stop."

Ahead of Man United returning to action on Sunday, Rashford seemed to poke fun at Keane's comments.

On social media, he posted a picture of himself smiling during training, accompanied with the caption: "'So, he does smile.' Have a great day, my people!"

Following Keane's criticism of his celebration against Spurs, Rashford took to social media to clear up the meaning behind his gesture.

Rashford enjoyed the best goal-scoring campaign of his career last season.

He bagged an impressive 30 goals in 56 matches, but has managed just four goals this season.

The England international could be rested for his team's FA Cup clash against Newport County on Sunday.

But he'll be in contention for Man United's next Premier League fixture against Wolves on February 1.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports/Marcus Rashford/Instagram

Topics: Marcus Rashford, Manchester United, Football, Roy Keane