Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford returned from injury to score immediately in the friendly against Blackburn on Wednesday.
This friendly match marks the 23-year-old’s first return to action since Euro 2020 after he underwent shoulder surgery in the summer.
Rashford was fit enough to start in that game. After consulting with the medical team And has returned to full training at Carrington since last week.
Although no results were reported for the game, the Daily Mail revealed Rashford, who returned from injury, returned with a bang with two goals.
Rashford has not been involved in any official game against United. Since a disappointment in the Europa League final against Villarreal in May.
For Rashford, he has 21 goals and 13 assists in 46 appearances across all competitions last season.
Marcus Rashford marked his return from injury with two goals in Man United’s friendly
Rashford hasn’t featured for the Red Devils since his disappointing display in the Europa League final defeat to Villareal in May.
But the 23-year-old revealed on Twitter last week that he would return to training after being given the green light.
‘I see the doctor on Friday for a consultation. All being well, I will get the green (light) to join in with contact training again,’ he posted.
Rashford, who has missed ten matches in all competitions so far this term for United. He had also been managing an ankle ligament tear which he sustained in March. But his spell on the sidelines has allowed that to heal.