Football Soccer - Euro 2016 - England Training - Stade des Bourgognes - Chantilly - 7/6/16 England's Marcus Rashford during training REUTERS/Lee Smith
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Teenage sensation Marcus Rashford has admitted that his whirlwind four-month rise to prominence firstly with Manchester United and now England "doesn't seem real".The 18-year-old was a relative unknown at the beginning of February, but after breaking into the United first team he finished the season with eight goals in 18 club appearances.The Manchester-born youngster conceded that he and his family have struggled to take in the enormity of his achievement in being called up by England.Roy Hodgson's England face Russia in Marseille in their Group B opener before tackling neighbors Wales and Slovakia.
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