Manchester United yougstar Marcus Rashford has been included in England‘s final 23 man squad for the Euros in France next month.
The young star impressed Roy Hodgson in what he termed ‘the game of his life’ in the friendly against Australia on Friday, scoring the first goal and playing a part in the second goal. Danny Drinkwater and Andros Townsend are unfortunately dropped to join Fabian Delph who was dropped last week.
England play Portugal at Wembley on Thursday before they head off to France and begin the tournament against Russia on June 11 in Marseilles. Manchester United striker Rashford only made his debut in February in the Europa League game against Midtjylland and he scored twice and scored eight goals in total.
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They open their Euro 2016 Group B campaign with a match against Russia in Marseille on Saturday June 11 before taking on Wales in Lens on Thursday June 16 and Slovakia in Saint-Etienne on Monday June 20.
Squad: Hart, Forster, Heaton; Walker, Rose, Cahill, Smalling, Clyne, Stones, Bertrand; Milner, Sterling, Lallana, Henderson, Dier, Wilshere, Barkley, Alli; Kane, Vardy, Rooney, Rashford, Sturridge.