Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed the performance of Marcus Rashford during their 1-1 draw against Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday, claiming that, "it is the best that he has played in the 10 months under him".
Rashford netted the opener for United on the night while also troubling Reds defender, Virgil van Dijk on a couple of occasions. Solskjaer was chuffed by the England international's display on the night, believing that it was the best he has played ever since he took over the reigns at Old Trafford.
"I am actually disappointed on behalf of the players and the fans of course, because they deserved more than one point. "The boys up front, Marcus, Andreas, Dan, all caused them problems. Marcus, it's the best game he's played for ages and maybe in his 10 months for me," he said as per Mirror.
"Off the shoulder, changed things, got hold of the ball you can see the boy is growing and getting stronger. The duel with van Dijk down in the corner that was impressive."
The goal on the night was Rashford's fourth one of the season, while the draw meant that United find themselves placed 13th in the league table with 10 points from nine games, seven points behind the spots for Champions League qualification places.