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Marcus Rashford Sends Message to Christian Eriksen After His Sublime Assist for His 100th Goal
- Manchester United winger Marcus Rashford has sent a special message to Christian Eriksen for assisting his 100th goal
- Eriksen whipped a sublime cross during United's game versus West Ham, which Rashford met thunderously to score
- The goal saw the Red Devils winning against a tough David Moyes side in the Premier League
Marcus Rashford is still celebrating scoring 100 times for Manchester United, after he scored the winning goal in United's victory over West Ham on Sunday, October 30.
The English forward is enjoying an impressive campaign with his boyhood club, chipping in with important goals and assists.
The forward, who recently turned 25, has become an important figure for the Red Devils this season due to Cristian Ronaldo's struggles and Anthony Martial's fitness worries.
Rashford has played 15 times this season and seems to enjoy life under new boss Erik ten Hag, according to Goal. Rashford recently revealed that he is in the right headspace and is set to be named in England's squad for Qatar.
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Rashford's message to Eriksen
In a tweet, Rashford said that although he is still raving about scoring his 100th goal for United, he had to send special thanks to Eriksen for setting him up with the sumptuous assist.
Rashford admitted after the game that he wasn't at his best mentally last season, according to Sky Sports.
"I was struggling at times with more mental things. It wasn't really my own performance but other things off the pitch. That's the biggest difference from last season."
The winger added that things have changed at the club now.
"It's a complete different energy around the club and the training ground. That puts me in a better headspace and I just feel really motivated now. That's the area I was struggling in."
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Rashford joins exclusive club
Sports Brief earlier reported on Marcus Rashford joining an exclusive club, after scoring his 100th goal for Man United from a sublime Christian Eriksen cross.
The forward, who made his senior debut in 2015, needed 317 appearances to reach the landmark. He is now among 20 players at Old Trafford to score 100 or more goals in a Red Devils shirt.
Wayne Rooney remains United's all-time goal scorer, with the legendary forward boasting an incredible 253 goals for the club.