Why Mourinho should be blame for Rashford’s poor form
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has been a subject of worry for the England national team fans because of his misfiring in recent time.
The Striker again failed to pay off the faith invested on him in front of the goal as England recorded a 0-0 draw against World Cup runner-up Croatia on Friday evening.
The Red Devils striker had the opportunity to hand England a convincing victory having had two clear chances in the game but he was found wanting again.
The coming of Rashford to limelight in 2016 where he had scored twice in United’s 5-1 win against Midtjylland and another brace against Arsenal some days later.
The prospect seen in the 20-year-old striker has since been lost especially with the coming of manager Jose Mourinho who has not only shunned Rashford but criticize him without giving him an opportunity to prove what he is made of.
It has been a sadder situation for the young lad this season as he has got only a goal to his name in seven appearances handed him by the Portuguese manager.
Suggestions are that the United striker is beginning to fail in terms of self-confidence as a result of the obvious unbelief in him by the former Chelsea manager.
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