Rashford Breaks The Deadlock In Less Than Three Minutes Into His International Debut

Marcus Rashford became England’s youngest ever debut goal scorer, and also the third youngest goal scorer (behind Wayne Rooney and Michael Owen), as he found the net after just 3 minutes in the Three Lions’ international friendly against Australia at the Stadium of Light.

The Manchester United youngster was quick to pounce on a dropped ball in the box, which came from Raheem Sterling’s deflected cross, and smashed it past the Australian keeper on a hard-hit volley.

The 18-year-old now looks in pole position to be selected for England’s final Euro 16 squad, ahead of Daniel Sturridge, who has been consistently out injured.

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