Marcus Rashford reserves special praise for Alejandro Garnacho

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Marcus Rashford was full of praise for Alejandro Garnacho after Manchester United came from behind to stun Manchester City. The match-winner claimed the young Argentine changed the game by bringing a different ‘dynamic’ to proceedings. 

United looked to be slipping to a narrow defeat to their Manchester rivals after Jack Grealish opened the scoring with a header on the hour mark. However, the Red Devils turned the game on its head with two goals in the space of four minutes through Fernandes and Marcus Rashford. 

It was the introduction of Garnacho which helped turn the game. The 18-year-old replaced Christian Eriksen after 72 minutes and his pace on the left wing helped stretch the game and turned the tide in his favour. 

Match-winner Rashford reserved special praise for the teenager after the match, praising him for helping to turn the game. 

Speaking to BT Sport the England international said: “It’s a change of dynamics, and I think I’ve said this many times before but the options we’ve got coming off the bench even when we’ve had injuries at times this year in the forward line and sometimes everyone has played out of position – Bruno has today – but everyone puts in a shift.

“We’ve got players like Garnacho who are young, hungry and ready to come on and make a difference, anything is possible. We’re very pleased to come back, get the three points and now it’s about moving on to the next game.” 

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