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Marcus Rashford addressed an enraged Manchester United supporter and explained what he should have done.



Marcus Rashford confronted Manchester United supporters who seemed to be making jokes about him before their match against Newcastle, and he was given advise on what he should have done.

At Old Trafford, Marcus Rashford appeared to be being heckled by Manchester United supporters, which he should have just ignored.

Gabriel Agbonlahor, who has urged the attacker to put aside the criticism, says that a summer transfer to Paris Saint-Germain would be the best option.

The event took place during the pre-game warm-ups for United’s home match versus Newcastle United on Wednesday. This season, the Red Devils triumphed 3-2 at Old Trafford.

In a video shared on social media, Rashford approached several supporters who seemed to be making fun of him. They then conversed, and some of his teammates, including Christian Eriksen, helped him leave the scene.

In his first appearance since sustaining an injury during United’s 4-3 victory over Coventry City in the FA Cup semifinal last month, the England international entered the game in the 83rd minute.

As the season draws to a conclusion, Rashford will soon be able to write a painful chapter in his career since he hasn’t been able to replicate his incredible goal-scoring form from the previous season, when he scored a career-high 30 goals across all competitions, down to only eight goals this year.

TalkSPORT discussed Rashford’s response to the heckling United supporters, and legendary Aston Villa player Agbonlahor offered some thoughts on the event.

The 37-year-old said, “I can see the PSG move working for him and Manchester United.” As a football player, Al (Alan Brazil), you have to acknowledge that there were likely a few fans that mistreated you and choose to overlook it.

“Sometimes your own fans can come for you and you have got to ignore it and just pretend you can’t hear it.” The United supporters have been quite critical of Rashford despite Erik ten Hag’s appeal for support for the hometown hero. “I have a lot of sympathy for Rashy, of course,” the Dutchman stated immediately after the team defeated Coventry on penalties. He had a fantastic season last year—possibly the finest of his career. It was probably thirty goals. What he is capable of is evident.

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