Marcus Rashford Continues Meteoric Rise With Hat trick For England U21s

Marcus Rashford hopes he has sent a message to José Mourinho and the watching Sam Allardyce after his hat-trick on his England Under-21s debut helped the Young Lions to a 6-1 rout of Norway.

Rashford scoring his penalty.
Rashford scoring his penalty.

The Manchester United forward was left out of Allardyce’s first senior England squad for their 1-0 win in Slovakia on Sunday, despite playing at Euro 2016 and scoring on his debut against Australia in May. But his goals, including a penalty to complete the treble, powered the Under-21s to within one win of qualifying for Euro 2017 and Rashford is hopeful Allardyce will have taken notice.

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The goals mean Rashford will head into the Manchester derby at Old Trafford on Saturday on a high and he wants to use his performance as a reminder to Mourinho. He added: “That’s all you want to do as a young player, give your manager a decision about whether to play you. I’m just looking forward to it.”

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