When 18-year old Marcus Rashford was first noticed as a promising talent last year, many pundits and fans had backed him to the extent of touting him to win the PFA Young Player of the Year Award.

One year down the line, while the award still remains a dream, Rashford has come a long way, both as an individual and as a team-player, and has at least managed to find praise in the words of Paul Ince,

The ex-United striker had only the best things to say about the young player following Manchester United’s 1-1 draw against Anderlecht on Thursday.

Apart from his goal-scoring chance that was successfully converted by Mkhitaryan’s equalizer, Ince was particularly impressed by the way Rashford carried himself.

Ince claimed Rashford proved why he’s a better choice than Martial due to his Man United mentality that he displayed during a moment by quickly getting back up on his feet following a harsh tackle on him.

Speaking with ITV Sport, check out what Ince had to say –

He’s got great feet. He’s got quick feet around the box too.

I like him. I really, really do.

With the tackle, what I like about it, is that he gets up and goes again.

He’s got that Man United mentality that you need to have as a Man United player.

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