Marcus Rashford will make his 200th Premier League appearance today, against Everton at Goodison Park.
The 24-year-old becomes the youngest player to reach 200 games for Manchester United in the competition – a record previously held by Ryan Giggs, as per @OptaJoe.
He replaces Anthony Elanga in the starting line-up.
24 – @MarcusRashford is making his 200th Premier League appearance today; aged 24 years and 160 days, he is the youngest player to reach 200 games for Manchester United in the competition, overtaking Ryan Giggs (24y 295d). Landmark. pic.twitter.com/7FICOlmPkH
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 9, 2022
Rashford has been out of form this season but United fans will be hoping that they see him back to his best in the early kick-off, when the Red Devils take on relegation strugglers Everton.
It was a blow for him to be benched last week against Leicester City – when Cristiano Ronaldo was sidelined through illness and Edinson Cavani out with a calf problem – but Rashford is not in a position to complain too much because his form has been abysmal.
I still hope he can turn things around without leaving the club.
There is talk prior to the match about Frank Lampard being on the verge of getting sacked.
Hopefully it’s a winner from Rashford to mark his landmark appearance for the club.