Marcus Rashford was in terrific form as Manchester United defeated Liverpool 3-2 in the FA Cup to set up a fifth-round tie against West Ham.
And now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given an update on Rashford's fitness after suffering an injury concern.
When asked if the England international was alright, the Norwegian said: “Let's hope so.
“His knee was bothering him. So a scan tomorrow and we'll see where we are.”
When asked about his performance, he said: “Marcus has played a little bit up front, down the right and down the left.
“We felt if we could switch the ball early today to either side, we could attack them, because Liverpool defend on the front foot and you've got to be quick on the ball. I thought we did that well.”
The Red Devils coach added: “We've found a way we believe in, the players believe in and we're getting stronger and stronger.
“It's fantastic to win games against last year's champions – they're a fantastic team.
“We're gradually, layer by layer, getting better, winning tight games, so the morale and confidence is very good.”
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