World Cup: Marcus Rashford makes claim as England qualify for Round of 16
Marcus Rashford, an English striker, asserted that after making it to the Round of 16, his team would perform even better in the knockout round.
After helping England defeat Wales 3-0 on Tuesday in the World Cup, Rashford made this statement.
Recall that two goals from Rashford and one from Phil Foden helped England defeat Wales in their final Group B match.
England will now face Senegal in the last-16 on Sunday.
“Moments like this, this is what I play football for—the biggest moments, the best moments,” Rashford told the BBC.
“I’m really happy today. I’m really happy that we’re going through to the next round of the tournament."
“Hopefully, we can build on this performance because I still have massive ambitions for this team and I think we can play even better than what we showed tonight.”
Euro 2024: Rashford injured, out of England squad
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has withdrawn from England’s squad and will no longer be part of the team for their Euro 2024 qualifying matches this weekend.The forward suffered an injury in Manchester United’s FA Cup win over Fulham on Sunday.He was forced off in the closing stages of the Red Devils' 3-1 win over Fulham in the FA Cup quarterfinal at Old Trafford.Rashford will not be part of the England squad to play Italy on Thursday before hosting Ukrai...
Rashford has 'massive ambition' for rampant England
After cruising into the round of 16 with a 3-0 victory over Wales on Tuesday, Marcus Rashford thinks England's World Cup performance is just getting started.In the battle for the Golden Boot, Rashford scored twice in the second half to join a group of four players who are all tied on three goals.The Three Lions advanced to Sunday's match against Senegal thanks to goals from Phil Foden and other players."This is what I play football for—the biggest moments, the best...
Rashford stars as England sink Wales to set up Senegal clash
England booked a World Cup last-16 clash against Senegal as Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden inspired a 3-0 win against Wales that sent their neighbors crashing out of the tournament on Tuesday.Gareth Southgate's side sealed first place in Group B thanks to key contributions from Rashford and Foden after they were restored to the team by the England boss.Foden showed why there has been such a clamor for him to start as he won the free-kick that Rashford converted to b...
Download Naijacrawl App today
Fastest way to read on the go
Download the Naijacrawl App.