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England international Marcus Rashford is back amongst the goals once again after he found the back of the net for Manchester United during their Premier League win over London team Brentford. The Euro 2020 finalist found the back of the net shortly after coming on as a substitute for compatriot Mason Greenwood.

Manchester United are out of the Premier League title race, but a place in the top four and Champions League football is achievable. They needed to beat London team Brentfordaway from home to boost their hopes of finishing in the top four as far as this season’s English top flight is concerned. They started the Brentford poorly and didn’t seize control until the second half.

The Red Devils scored the first goal of the game afterAnthony Elanga produced a header from close range with ten second half minutes gone. Elanga has impressed for Manchester United since he was introduced into the starting XI for the double header against Aston Villa in the FA Cup and Premier League earlier this month. The Swedish attacker made his first league start in the penultimate game against Villa away from home and he was able to celebrate his second league start with a goal against Brentford.

Manchester United doubled their lead seven minutes after the opening goal through England attacker Mason Greenwoodwho scored from close range off the assist from Bruno Fernandes. Euro 2020 finalist Rashford added a third goal for Manchester United on 77 minutes. The goal from the Euro 2020 finalist took the game away from hosts Brentford. Ivan Toney pulled one back for Brentford with five minutes left on the clock and it turned out to be just a consolation for the Bees.

England striker Rashford was able to end a run of 11 games without a goal against the Bees during the Premier League game played on Wednesday.