Marcus Rashford said, “You know, every other goal after that, it’s not quite the same as that first goal, I just felt grateful, really, to have the opportunity to play for the club and to be able to score goals like the one on my debut. There’s obviously a few moments. I’d say the FA Cup final when we won it in 2016 [against Crystal Palace]. That was one of the standout moments because it was the first trophy, I actually joined the campaign sort of midway through the FA Cup, so it was nice. I started the season in the Youth Cup and finished it by winning the FA Cup. So it was a nice feeling.”
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