Marcus Rashford makes Fernandes and Eriksen plea after Everton win

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford said he believes he would score more goals if the team continues to create more goalscoring chances.

Man United advanced to the fourth round of the FA Cup following a convincing 3-1 win over Everton at Old Trafford.

Antony opened the scoring early in the game but Coady pulled level after a howler from David de Gea and the game was forced to settle for a draw at half-time.

After the interval, Manchester United restored their lead when Coady turned Marcus Rashford’s cross into his own net.

Late in the game Garnacho was brought down inside the penalty area and Rashford scored from the penalty spot after he received the green light from Bruno Fernandes to take the penalty duty.

Marcus Rashford Manchester United Everton

That was Rashford’s fifth goal since the restart of club action in December and the England international believes he will score more goals as long as the likes of Fernandes and Eriksen keep creating chances.

Speaking to ITV after the game, Rashford said: “It’s always nice to go through, the FA Cup is a special competition to play in.

“Goalscoring form, this is up there with the best I’ve been. If we keep creating chances, I feel that I’ll keep scoring.

“We’re pleased that we’re going into the next round. More importantly, we keep momentum going and keep winning games.”