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On the 25th February 2016, a relatively unknown teenager introduced himself to world football with two goals in the Europa League. Marcus Rashford's name suddenly rolled off the tongue like we had been uttering his name for years.
On that special night in Manchester, a star was born.
The youngster had not only scored his first goal for the club he grew up supporting but at 18 years and 120 days, Rashford had officially become the youngest ever player to score for Manchester United in European competition.
A packed out Old Trafford celebrated his efforts against Danish side FC Midtjylland that night as the fresh-faced teenager ran over to those in attendance to celebrate.
And looking back, there was a familiar face in the front-row.
:calendar_spiral: ON THIS DAY:- Oddschanger (@Oddschanger) February 25, 2021
In 2016, @MarcusRashford burst onto the scene & scored twice on his Manchester United debut.
A night that he & many Manchester United fans will never forget!
As Rashford celebrated with the fans after making it 3-1 on the night, a delighted Dean Henderson can be seen embracing the striker as the likes of Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard and Morgan Schneiderlin throw themselves at Old Trafford's new hero.
Henderson, who is the same age as Rashford, was just one year into his United career after joining from League Two side Carlisle.
Five years on and the Cumbrian shot-stopper has already made his first European start alongside that man Rashford in the club's Champions League Group H clash against Istanbul Basaksehir.
In fact, it was the first time that Henderson and Rashford have lined up together for Manchester United's senior team.
Henderson has found first-team appearances hard to come by since returning from his loan spell at Sheffield United.
He has featured in numerous FA Cup and EFL Cup ties, as well as United's most recent Europa League tie against Real Sociedad, where they came out 4-0 winners.
He will be hoping to make a big impression in the coming months as United try and lift the Europa League trophy once more.
Featured Image Credit: Manchester United/BT Sport
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