Marcus Rashford’s two goals within half an hour at Old Trafford on Saturday helped Manchester Untied secure a crucial victory over Liverpool.
Jose Mourinho’s men will be keen to take second place to Manchester City in the Premier League and beating Liverpool is a big step forward in that regard.
Liverpool managed to come back to make the score 2-1, thanks to an own goal from Eric Bailly, and the end of the match was much more nervous for Manchester United than perhaps it should have been.
Rashford was brought off after 70 minutes, with Mourinho seemingly worried the youngster may pick up a second yellow card, but he still did enough to be included in Gazzetta dello Sport’s European Team of the Week.
Each Monday the Italian newspaper picks an eleven of the best performers from around Europe, and Rashford’s brace against Liverpool has led to his inclusion.
The 20 year old Manchester United product is one of three Premier League players in the side, joined by Serge Aurier and Kenedy.