And that means he’s matched Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s haul from the 2016/2017 campaign, while Bruno Fernandes also bagged that total two seasons ago.
Rashford was delighted after his heroics, admitting he was enjoying his football under Ten Hag.
"The main was to win, we played much better football and better out of possession,” said the attacker.
“The type of performance you can build on. It wasn't easy or simple but very happy with the three points.
"They are difficult to break down, they defend well in a block of five or six Players and you have to wait for openings.
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