Marcus Rashford In Tears At Full-Time After England Reach World Cup Semi-Final

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Marcus Rashford In Tears At Full-Time After England Reach World Cup Semi-Final

On the 25th February 2016, a relatively unknown teenager introduced himself to world football with two goals in the Europa League.

The name Marcus Rashford suddenly rolled off the tongue like we had been uttering his name for years. On that special night in Manchester, a star was born.

Two years later, at the age of 20, the brilliant Marcus Rashford is truly living every kid's wildest dream.



He only made his international debut against Australia in 2016, but he will now play in the World Cup semi-final after goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli secured a historic quarter-final win against Sweden.

At the full-time whistle, Rashford couldn't contain his emotions and began to cry.



Gareth Southgate was soon on the scene to give him a hug, but it just shows how much this World Cup means to these England players, who are producing the goods time and time again when the stakes are high.

As you can see in the below clip, the England boss is seen consoling Rashford as teammates around him celebrate.

What a moment.


Do you think Rashford deserves a place in the starting XI?

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Topics: Football News, Football, England, Marcus Rashford, Gareth Southgate, World Cup, Sweden

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