Man Utd star Marcus Rashford explains his ‘insane, next level’ skill move against Newcastle in Carabao Cup final

MARCUS RASHFORD has explained his outrageous piece of skill in the build-up to his goal in the Carabao Cup final.

The in-form forward netted Man United’s second goal against Newcastle as the club won their first piece of silverware in six years.

Marcus Rashford has explained his trick from the Carabao Cup final
He described the move as an aerial ‘heel-to-heel flick’

Rashford’s deflected finish was able to get over Loris Karius, but it was his move before that which caught the attention of fans.

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The United star controlled the ball before passing it to Wout Wegorst while airborne.

When asked by a fan “Rashford what did you do?” on Twitter, the England international replied saying: “It was a heel-to-heel flick but in the air.”

The move was fantastic as he set off Weghorst before making his own inverted overlap run in return.

The Dutch striker then played the ball back to Rashford to finish off the move.

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And fans were full of praise for Rashford as one said: “Our eyes started watering when you did this.”

A second tweeted: “Bruh! I watched this over and over and over again!! I’m like ah buh why ain’t no one talking bout this! Oboy Rashidi.”

While a third commented: “Insane technique. Rashford you beauty.”

A fourth wrote: “Come on man! That’s filthy 👌 best in the business atm! Keep it up 🙏❤️.”

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And a fifth added: “Love it Marcus. Was there last night and as a fan this meant so much to see us win a trophy.

“Thank you for everything you’ve done for this club. You’re on fire rn 🔥😍.”

Rashford will be hoping to continue his fine form when United face West Ham in the FA Cup at OId Trafford on Wednesday.

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