Few players have had a more productive 2019/20 season than Marcus Rashford with Manchester United.
The man trained at the football Academy has been definitively enshrined as a gunner in the left sector of the attack during his first full season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
As things stand now, Marcus is the Premier League's top scorer this season among players 25 and under - signing up with 14 goals in 22 games.
Rashford has excelled in various tactical systems for Solskjaer, who has alternated between four and three men on defense. However, the most used formation of the Norwegian coach this season has been 4-2-3-1.
Rashford has generally been used as a striker in the left sector, slicing in and looking for shooting opportunities while Brandon Williams or Luke Shaw follow from behind. By all numbers, this has been the best season of the 22-year-old netbreaker.
In the Premier League, Rashford has an average of one goal every 134 minutes - so he would reach 20 conquests if he played the entire season.
In addition, no other striker on the left has more shots (74), shots on goal (34) or goals (14). The most impressive thing is that Rashford is only in the infancy of his career.
If we look at the players most similar to Rashford, in terms of offensive statistics, they are all much older than him: Sadio Mane (28), Raheem Sterling (25), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (30) and Jack Grealish (24). Rashford beats them all and still doesn't hit the ceiling!
It is also impossible to talk about Marcus without mentioning his high level of performance against big rivals. The striker has four goals against Chelsea, two against Chelsea, two against Tottenham and somewhat against Liverpool - in addition to giving a goal assist against Arsenal.
In total, the English national team has directly participated in 10 goals against the so-called "big six" since the beginning of the season.
Rashford's more general numbers are also striking. The player has an average of 3.5 spikes per game against the 'big six' of the Premier League in 2019/20. Ole's United have stood up to the league majors, scoring 17 points against the 'big six' - a figure second only to Liverpool, with 19 points.
This is due in large part to the numerous occasions created by Marcus, one of the most exciting young forwards in soccer today. And the best is yet to come ...