Manchester United star Marcus Rashford replied emphatically to Paul Scholes’ claim that the attacker’s misdemeanour could see his excellent Premier League form falter. Rashford was left out of the Red Devils’ starting XI for their trip to Wolves by Erik ten Hag over a disciplinary breach.
The 25-year-old came off the bench to score the winner in the 1-0 triumph at Molineux. He revealed afterwards that he had overslept and missed an important team meeting in the build-up to the game.
BT Sport pundit Scholes had ripped into Rashford after Ten Hag put down the in-form forward’s absence down to “internal disciplinary” matters. The former midfielder suggested Rashford risked ruining his excellent form with a “stupid” error.
Scholes said: “He’s jeopardising his own form a little bit by being stupid or whatever he’s done wrong and the manager has seen it to take him out the
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