The young Rashford has made a big impact at United.
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Harry Kane scored twice as Tottenham Hotspur won 3-0 at home to Bournemouth Sunday to cut Premier League leaders Leicester City's advantage back to five points.The result, courtesy of 18-year-old striker Marcus Rashford's 16th-minute strike, left City 15 points behind Leicester in fourth place and took Louis van Gaal's United to within a point of the Champions League places.Leicester had provisionally gone eight points clear with a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace Saturday, but it took Kane just 43 seconds to settle Spurs' nerves against Bournemouth at White Hart Lane by sliding in to convert Kyle Walker's cross.Kane was denied a hat-trick by Bournemouth goalkeeper Artur Boruc in the 52nd minute, but Christian Eriksen followed in to score and seal a win that lifted Spurs six points above third-place local rivals Arsenal.Rashford was United's match-winner at the Etihad Stadium, the youngster skinning the hapless Martin Demichelis and planting a shot past Hart in the 16th minute to become – at 18 years and 141 days – the youngest scorer in the fixture's 171-game history.
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