‘Tonight’s the night Rashford propels himself onto the same level as Mbappe’: Manchester United fans convinced striker will prove himself as one of the world’s best young talents
- Fans are looking forward to seeing Mbappe and Rashford on the same pitch
- Mbappe will line up against Rashford’s Manchester Utd in Champions League
- United fans are confident in-form Rashford will use the game to show his skills
Rashford has emerged as United’s leading attacker under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, starting the majority of games under the Norwegian ahead of Romelu Lukaku.
Fans are looking forward to seeing Kylian Mbappe and Marcus Rashford on the same pitch
Mbappe will line up for PSG against Rashford’s Manchester United in the Champions League
PSG meanwhile will look to World Cup winner Mbappe for goals and inspiration, with their other leading forward, Neymar, out injured.
However United fans are confident that in-form Rashford will use Tuesday night’s game as a springboard to prove himself as a world leading talent, ahead of Mbappe.
Both have have enjoyed meteoric rises in their careers in recent years, and both have impressive scoring stats so far in their careers.
United fans are confident in-form Rashford will use Tuesday night’s game to show his skills
They feel he can use the game as a springboard to prove himself as a world leading talent
Rashford has emerged as United’s leading attacker under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Fans point to Rashford’s brilliant form under Solskjaer – six goals in nine Premier League games
According to Squawka, Rashford has played 128 games and scored 33 goals for United so far – although Mbappe has 60 in 109 league and European club games.
Mbappe also leads his English counter part in the assists column, 31 to 18, and has a 53 per cent shot accuracy – Rashford can only boast 40.5 per cent.
The Frenchman also leads Rashford in number of goals directly involved in, 91 to 51 – however United supporters remain bullish.
They point to Rashford’s brilliant form since Solskjaer replaced Jose Mourinho in the United dugout – six goals in nine Premier League games.