Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has urged his teammates to improve after our lucky win at Brighton at the weekend.
The Englishman is demanding for the team to start picking up points despite our slow start to the new Premier League season.
Speaking to MUTV after Man United’s thrilling 3-2 win over Brighton & Hove Albion, Marcus Rashford said: “We have to use these three points as motivation to improve and keep getting better. We have to improve if we want to hit our targets for the season.
“We had a slow start in the last league game and it’s more important to pick up points. It’s more important that we lost the first league game, we had to win today.
“It doesn’t matter how we won, we got the three points and we’ll move forward and improve.”
Rashford returned to scoring form in our win over the Seagulls as he scored our second goal to give us the lead for the first time in the game.The striker’s goal was United’s 10,000th goal in the history of the club.