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Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Marcus Rashford's England Under-21 cap trap has given chief Sam Allardyce "something to think about", as indicated by U21 manager Gareth Southgate.

The Manchester United striker, 18, has scored on his introductions in the Premier League, Europa League, England's senior side and now the U21s.

Yet, Rashford was not in Allardyce's first senior squad against Slovakia.

"I wasn't astounded in any capacity," said Southgate of Rashford's three objectives in the 6-1 win against Norway on Tuesday.

"What we saw all week from him, we saw today evening time. I couldn't have been more content with the way he drew closer everything.

"I'll address Sam in the following couple of days, I'm certain it's given him something worth mulling over."

Rashford likewise scored on his full global introduction against Australia in May, and netted the champ for United against Hull in his exclusive Premier League appearance this season toward the end of August.

Chelsea trio Nathaniel Chalobah, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Lewis Baker likewise scored for England, in a noteworthy showcase at Colchester.

The agreeable win implies Gareth Southgate's men are presently two focuses clear of Switzerland at the highest point of their gathering, with two recreations left to play and an amusement close by on their closest adversaries.


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