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Marcus Rashford scores AGAIN for Man United, but we need to talk about Bruno Fernandes' filthy assist

Nasir Jabbar

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Marcus Rashford scores AGAIN for Man United, but we need to talk about Bruno Fernandes' filthy assist

Marcus Rashford can't stop scoring as he continued his extremely prolific form against Leicester City, opening the scoring with a brilliant goal.

Rashford put Manchester United in front against Leicester after Bruno Fernandes expertly picked him out in the 25th minute.

Marcel Sabitzer pounced on a loose ball then played a pass to Fernandes, who took just one touch before finding Rashford with his sensational vision.

With the outside of his foot, the Portuguese maestro lofted a delightful pass to the England international who latched onto the ball and made no mistake in front of goal.

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He drilled home a low strike into the back of Danny Ward's net to make it 1-0 to Man United.

Rashford's insane form and Fernandes' assist sent social media wild.

One Twitter user wrote: "DO NOT sleep on that Bruno Fernandes pass."

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On Rashford's form, a second tweeted: "If the World Cup was this summer, we would be winning it."

A third added: "Feel like I’ve said this 50 times this season already but - Bruno Fernandes what a bloody pass!"

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A fourth said: "Bruno Fernandes —> Marcus Rashford is cash money. It’s literally the best transition pass in Europe."

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Another commented: "Emphatic finish from Rashford, but that assist from Bruno Fernandes."

Rashford bagged his second goal of the game just before the hour mark after he was slid in by Fred.

Rashford's goals brought up his 24th goal in all competitions this season.

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He has 14 league goals to his name as he enjoys the best scoring season of his career. It's also his 16th goal since the World Cup.

The 25-year-old is also the first Man United player since Wayne Rooney to score in seven successive home league games.

Featured Image Credit: Premier League

Topics: Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Football, Manchester United

Nasir Jabbar
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