Marcus Rashford made himself a household name on Sunday by scoring twice on his Premier League debut for Manchester United against old foes Arsenal. It's a feat that is all the more remarkable when you consider that he also scored two in the previous midweek against FC Midtjylland in the Europa League. That was his first ever senior game. So far the young striker has a 100% success rate in terms of chance conversation, and he's already being talked about as a possible selection for England's Euro 2016 squad if he keeps up this form. He's certainly making the most of his chance to impress following injuries to Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial. His Premier League debut goals mean that he is the third youngest goalscorer for Manchester United. In terms of the Premier League as a whole, he does not make the top ten goalscoring starlets. Some of the youngsters who scored on their debuts went on to have glorious careers at the top of the game, others...well, not so much. United fans will be hoping Rashford is more of an Owen or a Rooney than a Macheda or Cadamarteri.
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