Manchester United boss, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, has hailed Rashford for the impact he made against RB Leipzig on Wednesday.
The 22 year old came on as a second half substitute, and it took him just 27 minutes to bag a hat-trick.
The performance has earned him high praise from the likes of Paul Scholes and Owen Hargreaves, who likened him to the legendary Ruud van Nitselrooy.
Speaking about his star forward after the match, Solskjaer revealed his delight with the performance, and hailed the Englishman for his lightning fast pace.
He said to the media, “Marcus Rashford is on fire. It’s like being in the playground with a sixth former against the younger boys and he just bullies everyone.
“Marcus is just too quick and too strong. He was head and shoulders above Leipzig. He made some defenders, who we were raving about before the game, look like schoolboys on Wednesday.”
Rashford now holds the record for the fastest ever hat-trick in the Champions League for a substitute, after taking just 27 minutes to score all three of his goals, thereby eclipsing the previous record of 38 minutes held by Kylian Mbappe.