Manchester United legend, Gary Neville, has said that the Red Devils’ dramatic winner against West Ham was ‘really important’ for Marcus Rashford and the club as a whole.
Rashford came on in the second half to score with the last kick of the game to secure United three points and send them back into the top four.
The win followed a 3-1 defeat of Brentford three days back and Neville insists it was a ‘very good week’ for his former club.
“Very good week,” Neville said on his Sky Sports podcast.
“I think Ralf Rangnick comes out of this week stronger than he started. I think people are backing him. I think he feels stronger and more in control than he was two weeks ago.
“The goal in the last minute is a big one for the club and for the scorer. It was really important for Rashford.”