Marcus Rashford might not have lived to all of the hype after last season but he most certainly proved that he was a player good enough to lead Manchester United’s attack very soon. <center><img src="" width="500"></center> While all fronts at Manchester United needs an overhaul, Rashford remains a player that can fight for a shirt even at the biggest stage. In the game against the league leaders, Rashford played as lead striker as Zlatan Ibrahimovic was out. Despite playing upfront, the Three Lions player was effective in the team’s play. He threatened Gary Cahill and David Luiz with his pace and skills.