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London — Marcus Rashford was in danger of seeing his dream of becoming Manchester United’s star striker turn to dust, but the England forward is flourishing again after escaping sacked manager Jose Mourinho’s shackles. Three years after exploding on to the Premier League scene, Rashford marked his 150th United appearance on Saturday with a memorable goal that underlined his vast potential. Smoothly turning away from Brighton’s Pascal Gross, Rashford curled a fine shot into the top corner as United sealed a seventh successive win since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as interim manager. Solskjaer’s arrival in December to replace Mourinho has proved a catalyst for United’s surge, and Rashford has been at the heart of their success. Rashford has scored five times in six league matches following the Norwegian’s appointment, earning comparisons from his manager with former United stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney. “Definitely he can be absolutely top class. He is only 21 but the ma...

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