Football Soccer - Manchester United v Arsenal - Barclays Premier League - Old Trafford - 28/2/16. Manchester United's Marcus Rashford applauds their fans after the match. Reuters / Phil Noble
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Fledgling forward Marcus Rashford is keen to continue his "crazy" start to life in the Manchester United first team after impressing with two more goals in Sunday's 3-2 win over title-chasing Arsenal.The victory over Arsenal left United in fifth, three points behind Manchester City who have a game in hand on their rivals and occupy the final Champions League qualifying spot.Spanish midfielder Juan Mata heaped praise on his young team mate but also highlighted the impact of the other academy graduates, who have plugged the holes of United's injury-ravaged first team squad of late.
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