Interesting facts about Manchester United star Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford, a well-known and successful footballer, has largely become the talk of the town as a result of his pivotal role in launching the poverty food campaign.

After many ups and downs in his life, the 23-year-old footballer, who was born on Halloween on 31 October 1997, finally could and deserves to be in the position he is now in. Rashford is one of the world’s youngest and most famous footballers, having achieved fame at a young age not only through sports but also through his involvement in social issues.

Some interesting facts about him, which probably nobody knew:

He made footballing history when he was 18 years old:

Marcus scored twice in a 5-1 win over Danish club Midtjylland in the UEFA Europa League on February 25, 2016. It was his first game for the senior team, and he became the youngest player in European competition history to score.

He went the extra mile when he was asked to judge a school competition:

Marcus was asked to be a judge at a school for children with hearing loss as part of a World Book Day poetry competition. He studied sign language in preparation for the big day so he could introduce himself to the contestants.

Marcus is dating his high-school sweetheart:

Lucia Loi, Marcus Rashford’s girlfriend, is 22 years old. He has been dating her for four years and she is his childhood sweetheart. She previously worked as a public relations account executive for a Manchester-based public relations firm. Because her job entails networking and event planning, she is adept at dealing with the fame that comes with being in a relationship with Rashford.

Lastly, he became a lockdown hero, helping millions:

During the coronavirus pandemic, he put his spare time to good use by collaborating with the food waste charity FareShare to raise over £20 million. This means that despite missing school meals during this difficult time, 3 million children in need will not go hungry. Marcus wrote to the government in June, pleading with them to end child poverty. A day later, the government announced they were to provide free school meals for children over the summer holiday.

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