Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford was in good form as he scored a goal in England’s 3-2 victory over Spain in Seville.
The Three Lions were 3-0 up at half-time much to the frustration of his club mate David De Gea as Rashford scored the second goal in that game. Rashford also played a part in the opening goal as he set up City forward Raheem Sterling for the 16th-minute opener with a brilliantly weighted ball into his path.
Rashford produced a fine touch to control Harry Kane’s pass for the second goal in what was his third goal in four international games this season.
The game took a different turn in the second half as Paco Alcacer scored with a glancing header in the 58th minute for Spain’s first goal, and Sergio Ramos scored the second in the seventh minute of injury time.
The win was a historic one for the Three Lions and it was achieved with England’s youngest starting line-up of the 21st century. To wrap it up, Marcus Rashford was the youngest player in the squad, aged 20 years and 11 months old.