Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects Marcus Rashford to be back in the Manchester United goals soon. England forward Rashford has 22 goals for this present season’s club and nation, although he despite everything has to locate the net since his coronavirus hiatus continued top-flight soccer.
Coming back to Premier League action at Tottenham was Rashford’s first appearance since experiencing his back a twofold pressure fracture.
While the 22-year-old gave a pair of assists to Anthony Martial in last week’s 3-0 victory over Sheffield United, he also rejected two or three great chances to jump on the scoresheet.
Following that match, Solskjaer asked his team to be progressively clinical as a group, yet he has no individual worries about Rashford.
The United supervisor said ahead of the excursion to Brighton and Hove Albion on Tuesday: “Marcus has been out for some time, obviously, however, I think he looked great, he came on and took a gander at Norwich. He botched a couple of opportunities against Sheffield United, however the goals he created are what we center around, and he’s en route to his best season ever. I ‘m anticipating seeing him get more minutes, and he’ll score a goal soon.”
After the hour, Rashford developed as a substitute as Norwich City took United to extra time at Carrow Road’s Saturday’s FA Cup quarter-final, with Captain Harry Maguire being an all the more improbable matchwinner in the 118th moment.
A semi-final experience with United the structure team in England awaits Chelsea – their unbeaten run extending back 14 games to turn around on Burnley at Old Trafford in mid-January.
“The players are trying sincerely and want to do as well as they can and we are attempting to execute our ideas for me as a team,” Solskjaer said. “Talk about 14 games, we should consider the following game-go to the following game realizing that you’ve dominated the past match.
Joined are squarely in the chase for a top-four completion and Brighton ‘s win will push them up on points with Wolves in fifth and two four-placed Chelsea bashful – however more than Frank Lampard’s Blues played a game.