Manchester United wrapped up their final training at home on Tuesday morning, ahead of their trip to Turin to play against Juventus in the Champions League group stage encounter.
The likes of Antonio Valencia and Marouane Fellaini made a comeback from their respective injuries, whereas Romelu Lukaku remained absent from the session.
The Belgian international’s spot in the starting lineup is expected to be taken up by Marcus Rashford, who seemed to be in high spirits ahead of the huge European game.
In fact, the Englishman was seen pulling off a cheeky trick during the training session, as evident from Sky Sports’ exclusive footage.
Rashford showed off his pinpoint shot accuracy, as the youngster successfully managed to hit Sky Sports reporter Vinny O’Connor from 40 yards away.
The cameraman zoomed in towards the group of players to reveal the 20-year-old as the culprit behind the prank, with fellow teammate Ashley Young rolling with laughter alongside his compatriot.
Absolutely pinpoint! 🎯
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) November 6, 2018
Sky Sports were quick to post this footage on social media, and here’s how the Manchester United fans on Twitter reacted to their starlet’s cheeky trick:
We gonna talk about this forever .Scholes hit a tree trunk in training ,Rashford hit a reporter in training
— JPD007 (@OfficialDavid97) November 6, 2018
That was a good hit
— 🎱 ʙᴀʟʟ (@striinger_bell) November 6, 2018
What a pick out😂 @DanielJardine9
— Matthew Jardine (@mattyjardine71) November 6, 2018
Now… pass like that in a game and then you’re in business.
— El_Gringo (@PriyenGovender) November 6, 2018
@MarcusRashford you cheeky fellow you!! 😂😂
— ManchesterUTDguy (@kimnbarry0630) November 6, 2018
How about @MarcusRashford does more of that, i.e. targeted shots, in games as well?!?!
— Ismail Shah (@Ismail1Shah) November 6, 2018
If only he was as accurate with his free kicks and corners
— Brendan Burke (@BrenBurke88) November 6, 2018
Again! Either side of him he’d have scored
— Dave Gould (@Digsy88) November 6, 2018
Can't be Lukaku. It was on target
— Chris Hobson (@ChrisHobson83) November 6, 2018
— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) November 6, 2018