Marcus Rashford beats Ronaldo’s record as United marches on in the Europa League

Marcus Rashford who is having a stellar season this year under the new coach Erik Ten Haag reached a new level of high when he surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo in the top scorer list for his club, Manchester United He is now in 6ht position in the all-time scorer’s list.

Rashford breaks Ronaldo’s record

He achieved this feat when he scored against Real Betis and moved past Cristiano Ronaldo who left the club by mutual consent last December after a bombshell interview.

Since then Rashford has found another gear and taken his game to another level, especially with the scoring and now is one of United’s shining stars this season.

Man United emerges triumphed over Betis

The England international netted his 27th goal of the campaign with a wonderful long-range strike to give Erik ten Hag’s side the lead at Real Betis. Rashford, who had also given United the lead in the first leg at Old Trafford, has now moved up to 25 goals for the club on the European stage.

United had to work hard for that win. Betis, who clearly wasn’t willing to die wondering, went at them from the off. They had their chances.

But United did too, while also holding firm at the back. Marcus Rashford’s winner was both clinical and brilliant; his purple patch shows no sign of ending. United’s form in the cups shows no sign of dipping either, and they make it through to the 28th European quarter-final of their storied history. As Real Beits their dream of facing down city rivals Sevilla in a later round is gone.

Erik Ten Haag’s Comments On Rashford after the game

Ten Hag was pleased to see Rashford brush off his mistake after missing a glorious chance just moments before his swerving strike sealed the win for United on Thursday night in Spain as he backed his top scorer to keep finding the back of the net.

“The team was creating some chances,” Ten Hag said. “Rashy had some chances before and he missed some but he kept his belief, he kept trying and got his reward.

“All good strikers know that not every chance you will get a goal but at this level, you don’t create five or six chances in a game so one of the two has to be in.”

“If he keeps the focus, and makes sure he has the energy, the way, and the way he has to play in that system and style, he will get in scoring positions and then it’s about him, he has the ability to finish.”

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