Manchester United ace Marcus Rashford has joined billions of other users on Tiktok after putting in another huge performance. On this occasion, he helped United salvage his 2–2 draw against Barcelona at the Know He Camp in the Europa League.
Rashford gave a jubilant fan a jump scare to mark his arrival on the social media platform.
In his first post, Rashford juggled the ball in the middle of an empty pitch and performed a myriad of impressive tricks. Following his display of freestyle skill, he aimed the ball straight into the camera lens with a cheeky kick (via the Daily Star).
The grinning United number 10 picked up the camera, introduced himself and said:
“Yes guys, Marcus Rashford here, and I’m on TikTok.”
The Red Devils superstar told her followers in the caption, “Ask me anything in the comments. I’ll get back to you soon.”
Eagerly, his exponentially growing fan base obliged. . Rashford’s heroic performance for United against Barça in the Europa League was widely received.
One follower commented, “The best player in the world,” while another praised him as a “goat.”
The third said, “You are United’s best player. Please stay with me.”
Being widely admired is a testament to the 25-year-old’s almost unstoppable form. Even some Old Trafford followers are tipping this year’s Ballon d’Or star.
One fan even tweeted, “Give it to him now” after his play against the Catalan giants.
However, only a few are convinced that Rashford deserves the hype and prestigious awards.
Consistency is a world-class calling card.
TalkSPORT presenter Simon Jordan has thrown cold water on the notion that the English striker deserves to be considered a ‘world-class’ player.
“One thing I’ve always been against is characterization. He’s a world-class player, he’s in elite status. I think he’s a very good player… [but] I think calling him world class is a bit silly. ”
The former owner of Crystal Palace has suggested that Rashford will need to maintain his winning streak for a long time to be considered world-class.
The presenter added: That’s how the word world class is used…we throw first class like confetti. ”
“There are very few world-class players. You can name them on a few hands.