Following his England training, Marcus Rashford provides Manchester United an injury boost.
Fears that Marcus Rashford had sustained an injury were allayed when he trained with England on Sunday afternoon.
The forward and Trent Alexander-Arnold collided on Friday, causing the forward to hobble out of the team’s 2-0 victory against Malta.
This season, the striker has struggled and only managed one goal for Manchester United.
His current form is quite different from what it was during the previous season, when he scored 30 goals across all competitions.
Even so, Rashford remains a key component of United’s goal-starved assault. On Sunday, the Toffees will play at Goodison Park for the first time since they were deducted 10 points.