Marcus Rashford – Mourinho made me a better amidst hard times under him
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has admitted Jose Mourinho made him look better and stronger. In addition, though he had the hardest time of his career under Jose Felix Mourinho.
The Portuguese born was in charge of Manchester United from 2016 summer up to December 2018. He won the Uefa Europa League and the carabao cup in his first season at Manchester United.
Marcus Rashford scored 28 goals and assisted 20 times under boss Jose Mourinho, however, he struggled to get to his best form. In addition, he used to play alongside Romelu Lukaku who now joined Inter Milan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
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Since the arrival of Ole Gunner Solskjaer, the 22-year-old seems to be enjoying life as a striker.
Marcus Rashford has scored 19 goals in all the competitions this season making it his best career season so far.
Therefore the England international says he has a lot to give to Ole Gunner Solskjaer.
“When I look back, I had super good moments that give me that mental toughness. However, as an all-round player, I really greatly improved a lot and I give credit to Jose Mourinho. Yeah, of course, we had ups and downs but I cannot take it away that it’s the period I was modeled into a much better player. I, therefore, wish Jose all the best in his career,” Rashford said.
Rashford has also revealed the person behind his super good form this season. He said Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the main reason he has developed into a prolific striker as of late. It is on record, Zlatan Ibrahimovic netted 29 goals in just 53 games for the red devils.
“Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s mentality was too much than any players I’d ever played with. Zlatan never cared about what people talked,” Rashford said.