Marcus Rashford wins Manchester United's Bournemouth Player of the Year


Marcus Rashford won the Manchester United Player of the Year, continuing his recovery from a 2-1 defeat at Bournemouth on Saturday.

Rashford was close to the end of the game following Anthony Martial's efforts to stop Callum Wilson's call from Bournemouth's Dean Court.

It's the third success of United in the last four Premier League games, and has recovered from the impressive start to Newcastle's win over Jose Mourinho's side with two goals.
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The result will strengthen the confidence of Mourinho's team, though the United boss is likely to play the odds at the home side.
Mourinho was confident in the game before United's place in the Premier League would be different in the second half of the season.

"I think at the end of December, which is the end of the first half of the Premier League, I think we will not be in the position we have, and we want to stay in a good place," he said.

If the Portuguese predicts to be true, United must report changes in terms of time that they have reduced their efforts this season.

This was a start, especially after Bournemouth started a very interesting season.

Mourinho will know, however, that there are so many things if they want to recover from their top four.

Romelu Lukaku was an amazing player, and Mourinho revealed before the game that the striker did not travel to the field after picking up a hamstring injury.

"Today training, after a press conference, felt like something needs to be learned in the next few days," Mourinho said.

"So we did not come by, we've been saying we have to start with Alexis Sanchez."

Lukaku started on the bench for Everton six days ago, while the away side has far beyond the pitch, has not scored nine games for his club.

But Mourinho has said he did not risk the Belgian's opponents in Wednesday's Champions League clash with Juventus.

Persistent pressure

Sanchez was ahead of Rashford, against Everton, but the Chilean had the opportunity to highlight the opening stages as Bournemouth might have found the net.

The visitors have struggled to recover Bournemouth's players and Eddie Howe's players for the benefit of the United team and forced them to take the lead in the 11th minute after persistent persecution.

Wilson refused David De Gea and Young Stanislas's goal from before United failed to qualify for the knockout stages.

Luke Shaw took the lead, but Mourinho's side failed to put pressure on the ball, allowing Stanislas to underwent a red card for Wilson.

United were last in the 35th minute when Sanchez offered his price.

The former Arsenal midfielder picked up the ball in central midfield with the help of his players, Bournemouth players and Ashley Young, before joining the midfield to restore the return, and offered visitors In the 35 minutes of the draw.

Mourinho's side were fortunate enough to win the first half, but after the match, they were better than the superstar, and should have scored the second goal after Young scored a free-kick.

Rashford put Nathan Ake in charge.

However, Rashford has changed the last few seconds after returning to Paul Pogba's line-up.

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