Manchester United star Marcus Rashford supported the former Old Trafford team-mate Angel Gomes to take pleasure in his favoring job.
Gomes left the Red Devils at the end of his contract in the summer. Then, he signed for Lille in France. Promptly, he was loaned out to Boavista in Portugal.
The 20-year-old player has surpassed for the club to fight against relegation in the beginning weeks of the campaign, succeeding with three goals and four assists in only five outings.
Rashford told A Bola: “It is a pleasure to talk about him, I feel that he is doing very well in Boavista.”
The Manchester United forward recognized Gomes’ strike from the halfway line against Moreirense as what he mostly does.
“He scored that incredible midfield goal that went viral. A great goal really! But with his talent, nothing surprises me,” he said.
“He has incredible skill. Whoever plays alongside him realises that he is an exciting talent.
“Having him train with us at that time was a great experience and opportunity. I remember that during training he faced us all without fear, and always wanted to have the ball.
“He has everything to reach the top. He plays as an attacking midfielder but personally I see him as someone who thrives on the pitch with the ball, so he can play in other positions with equal success.
“It is easy to play with him. It was something very natural, because he is always looking for a quick pass, which surprises defenders and creates opportunities to score.