Ex-Man Utd man blasts in-form Red Devils forward; names the ‘two hearts’ of the club
Former Man Utd defender Paul Parker insists Marcus Rashford has to start contributing more than just to goals during matches.
The England international has been in good form this season with 17 goals and four assists in all competitions for the Red Devils, while he also scored three goals at the World Cup.
He has taken his form to a new level since the break for the World Cup with nine goals in his last nine matches in all competitions, including one in their 3-2 defeat to Arsenal at the weekend.
However, ex-Man Utd defender Parker is frustrated by Rashford’s dribbling with his “eyes closed” and wants to see more contributions outside of goals.
Parker told Wettbasis: “You have to respect that he is scoring goals but he also needs to contribute with other things and he is never doing that.
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