Everton boss, Frank Lampard, has identified striker Marcus Rashford as the player who helped Manchester United to beat his team 3-1 in Friday’s FA Cup third-round tie.
Lampard believes Rashford’s quality was key in helping Man United to beat Everton at Old Trafford.
DAILY POST reports that Rashford was impressive as Man United defeated Frank Lampard’s side at home.
The England international gave Antony an assist in the first half and his cross in the second half forced Everton’s Conor Coady into an own goal.
Rashford also scored a late stoppage-time penalty against the Toffees.
“The performance was on a similar level and possibly better in an attacking sense than at Manchester City [last weekend],” Lampard said in his post-match interview.
“We got a draw at City and I think we deserved a draw today.
“I was really pleased with the spirit and the bravery of the team. We didn’t get the result, that is sometimes how football goes. When you have got an individual of Rashford’s quality, they have their moments.”