Rashford earned praise from Ten Hag, but the Dutchman insisted others must step up to ensure the England international doesn’t continue to be so overly relied on.
"Very good but we can talk almost every game about it and when he is not in the game like on Sunday, it is no good for us,” said the 53-year-old.
“We have to bring him in the game but also he has to take responsibility and also other Players.
“So I was really happy with the performance from Jadon Sancho, Antony and Marcel Sabitzer because all game they were a threat and they can do it. The return of Anthony Martial can help us so we have options there."
He added: ”We didn't get the second goal, life would have been easier but now you have to fight to the end.
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