MU legend says that Mason Greenwood is better than Marcus Rashford


Manchester United legend Paul Scholes gives an assessment of two Manchester United strikers, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford. Scholes considered that Greenwood had better abilities than Marcus Rashford in the final settlement aspect.

Both Rashford and Mason Greenwood are products of the Manchester United academy. Both of them began to be a figure that relied on by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Red Devils attack line.
Both Rashford and Mason Greenwood are products of the Manchester United academy. Both of them began to be a figure that relied on by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Red Devils attack line.

Earlier today, they both started in the match against Partizan Belgrade. Both of them made one goal when the Red Devils flung the Serbian team with a score of 3-0.

Scholes considered that Rashford had one problem which made him less sharp in MU's attack line. "For Marcus, if there is one thing that is very lacking from Marcus, namely his calmness in front of goal," Scholes said to BT Sports.

Marcus Is Too Hurried

Scholes admitted that he had been watching the Rashford game in recent years. He considered that the 22-year-old Marcus striker tended to be in a hurry in front of goal, so Marcus often wasted many good opportunities he got.

"Marcus is in too much of a hurry about everything. Marcus is unable to think calmly, so he misses some of the opportunities that he could easily turn into goals."

Greenwood is Better

Scholes also plainly said that for aspects of calm and final settlement, Mason Greenwood was far superior to Rashford. He believes that the 18-year-old Greenwood striker will be a very lethal goal machine for United in the future.

"We can see what Mason Greenwood is doing today and I think Greenwood will be a better goalscorer than Marcus, because he has very good calm in front of goal." Scholes stressed.

Top Scores

Marcus Rashford is currently the top scorer while Manchester United.
He has packed a total of eight goals for the Red Devils in all competitions this season.

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