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Marcus Rashford Shows Off His Large Trophy Cabinet Full Of Medals

Marcus Rashford Trophy Cabinet

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has shared a photo of his trophy-laden cabinet containing winners’ medals, England caps and individual awards..

The striker has already accumulated an eye-boggling number of medals for his age with his cabinet showcasing everything from his U21 Premier League medal to his Europa League and FA Cup medals.

One of the first pieces of silverware to front up Rashford’s under stairs cabinet is his FA Cup medal.

Next on the list is Rashford’s 2017 Europa League medal and can be seen third in from the left.

The United ace’s first senior individual honours came in 2016 when Rashford was just 18 and can be seen on the top shelf of his trophy cabinet.

Rashford went on to win a series of individual awards being named Manchester United’s club player of the month several more times in 2019.

Although not seen in the his trophy cabinet, the youngster also won the Premier League player of the month award for his superb performances in January last year.

Rashford was later in that same year awarded the standout green man of the match trophy on the bottom shelf while playing against Chelsea in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on October 30. 

Before finishing 2019 off Rashford picked up the PFA Bristol Street Motors Fans’ Premier League player of the month for December, seen to the left of his head in his Instagram post.

The 22-year-old has shown off his England caps, seen on the right hand-side of his Instagram post. While also, sharing his individual achievements for the Three Lions youth team.

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During a spell with the England Under 21s, the young United forward was presented with a man of the match award and the match ball. Both can be seen in his cabinet. 

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Greg Afamah

Written by Greg Afamah

Greg is a Sports content writer. He has many years of experience in Sports Writing. He was a writer for Opera News and is Editor-in-Chief at GoalBall.

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