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Rashford’s dream team doesn’t include himself

Sat 15 May 2021 | 17:29

Manchester United’s striker Rashford has revealed his six-a-side- team that doesn’t include himself.

Marcus Rashford

has talked about the six players he would choose for his dream

Manchester United

six-a-side team, and he has picked Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo instead of himself admitting that he is not at a level to be in that team.

The 23-year-old England international has been one of the highly-rated products of the club, and he expected to prove himself as a high-profile player in Manchester United history.

Here is what he said about his dream six-a-side team in a session on



"Right, I'm going to go with most players from the teams that I watched when I was growing up.

"I'd probably have [David] De Gea, but it was a close one between him and [Edwin] Van der Sar.

"When I was a kid Van der Sar was one of the best keepers and obviously playing with David has been great, so I'd have to put David in there.

On his selections in front of a Spanish goalkeeper, Rashford added: "At the back I'd have Rio Ferdinand.

"I'm all-out attack there. I'd have [Paul] Scholesy in front of Rio, [Ryan] Giggs on the right, Ronaldo on the left and Rooney up front.

"I'm not putting myself in. Not yet."

Despite not seeing himself as a part of his dream team, he has shown impressive performances leading to scoring 88 goals in 269 appearances for the club and hopes to make his record a memorable part of the club’s history.

source: SportMob