- Manchester United teenage attacker Marcus Rashford claims that he can take free-kicks just like Cristiano Ronaldo
- The 19-year-old has been trusted with the saddle of dead ball situation in the club
- Rashford is currently with the English national team preparing for England's world cup qualifiers against Slovakia
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford claims he can take free-kicks like Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo but says he is yet to show supporters.
Marcus’s rapid rise to fame has seen him become a first-team regular at Old Trafford and he’s even been afforded the responsibility of set pieces.
He demonstrated his dead-ball capabilities on Saturday as he set-up a Marouane Fellaini to head home in United's 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace.
However, despite only scoring once for the club from a free-kick against Celta Vigo in April, he insists his ability is just as good as the Real Madrid superstar but he tries to do things his own way.
Rashford, referring to that Europa League strike against the Spaniards, said: "No, it's actually different."
"I can do it like he (Ronaldo) does it but I haven't done it yet."
Cristiano Ronaldo became famous for his stunning technique from free-kicks during his six years at the Theatre of Dreams.
And he has continued that trend on at the Bernabeu.
Meanwhile, Rashford has struck the net six times in eleven matches for club and country this season.
He is currently with Gareth Southgate's England squad preparing to take on Slovenia and Lithuania in the country's final World Cup qualifiers.
He bagged the winner in the 2-1 triumph over Slovakia last time out.
He is certain to start on Thursday at Wembley against Slovenia and win his 12th cap.
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