Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has been supported in his criticism of Red Devils forward Marcus Rashford. Ferdinand criticized Rashford’s body language following the 1-0 Premier League loss to Wolves on Monday. The England international failed to stand out as a second-half substitute at Old Trafford.
Rashford has only scored two Premier League goals this season.
The 24-year-old missed the start of the campaign with a shoulder injury and was unable to regain his best form under former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
Ferdinand was not impressed with the way Rashford portrayed himself in his 14-minute cameo against Wolves.
And former Tottenham striker Darren Bent has agreed that Rashford, and a number of other United players, don’t have an air of confidence like successful teams of the past.
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“It could be because he’s not happy, isn’t playing, etc.” But you have to put that aside.
“When you’re off the team, it’s about coming in and proving to the manager who you are and who you are.
“Maybe he feels like he’s not getting the opportunities he deserves. I do not know.
“It’s hard to identify a player – you can’t, all players have to take responsibility for Cristiano [Ronaldo] at the top to all the other players.