Marcus Rashford was not impressed with Man United’s decision making vs PSG

Marcus Rashford was not impressed with Man United's decision making vs PSG

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has made it clear that he was not impressed with some of the decisions his teammates took during Champions League clash against PSG.

Man United striker, Rashford, scored the match-winning goal in the 87th minute after Bruno Fernandes had scored the opener in the 23rd minute and Anthony Martial scored an own goal early in the second half.

The Red Devils could have scored more than the two goals they scored if they had taken their chances well and also made the right passes. It was even though, as Man United could have conceded more but thanks to David de Gea’s masterclass display.

Marcus Rashford scored Manchester United's match-winning goal vs PSG
Marcus Rashford scored Manchester United’s match-winning goal vs PSG

It was obvious that the 22-year-old was satisfied with Manchester United’s 2-1 win at Parc des Princes but has called on his teammates to improve their decision making if they are to progress further in the Champions League.

‘I thought we did well today in stages,’ Marcus Rashford told MUTV. ‘Some of the decision-making in the first half and even in the second half was poor in the final third – that’s one thing we can work on and improve on.

‘The manager got it spot on today. The system allowed us to express ourselves going forward but also to be tight defensively, which I think we did as well as we could have.

‘I think it’s a big win but we’ve got a lot to build on and improve on as well.’