MANCHESTER UNITED academy star Marcus Rashford enjoyed a dream debut for the first-team, scoring twice to help his team through to the last 16 of the Europa League.
The striker, aged just 18, looks set for a bright future after his stunning first appearance for the Reds against Midtjylland last night (Feb 25).
And in the process, he smashed a club record that had stood for 51 years.
At 18 years and 117 days, the striker has become United’s youngest goalscorer in all European competitions since George Best (18 years and 158 days)
“A dream debut, amazing feeling to score twice and contribute to the team. Onto the next round #mufc,” he wrote on Twitter.