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(Video) Marcus Rashford grilled by football-mad kids at press conference

Before the country went into lockdown, BT Sport and Marcus Rashford recorded a press conference with a twist.

The Manchester United striker was grilled by a group of young Mancunians on everything from Call of Duty to being beaten by Man City.

Our favourite question came from the kid asking if Rashford was happy to hear City were banned from European competition for two years.

READ MORE: (Video) Man Utd midfielder hilariously trolls Romelu Lukaku on Instagram

The journalists that usually attend United press conferences could learn a thing or two from these kids.

In addition, on Sunday evening, BT Sport will be giving fans the chance to deliver some of United’s greatest European moments from the past 25 years, with highlights of four European games including our unforgettable final against Bayern Munich in ’99 and last season’s incredible comeback against Paris Saint-Germain.

BT Sport 2 will be showing Too Good to Go Down as part of the BT Sport Film series, too, and that’s a must watch for any Red. It coincides with the 45th anniversary of United securing promotion back to the 1st Division with a 1-0 win against Southampton, having been relegated the previous season.

Listen to this week’s podcast – Strettycast is also available on iTunes and Spotify.

Check out the schedule below:

18:30, BT Sport 1 – UEFA Champions League – Classics – Juventus v Manchester United – 98/99 Semi Final, 2nd Leg
19:00, BT Sport 1 –  UEFA Champions League – Classics – Manchester United v Bayern Munich – 98/99 Final
19:30, BT Sport 1 –  UEFA Champions League – Classics – Manchester United v Roma – 06/07 Quarter Final, 2nd Leg
20:00, BT Sport 1 –  UEFA Champions League 2018/19 – Paris Saint-Germain v Manchester United – Round of 16, Second Leg
21:00, BT Sport 2 – BT Sport Films – Too Good to Go Down

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