There is no doubting it as this season's stats has revealed that Marcus Rashford is better than Harry Kane in every department.
In all club competitions so far this season, Rashford, 22, has directly contributed to 24 goals – five more than the Tottenham man.
That is 19 goals and five assists for the Red Devils ace compared to 17 strikes and just two assists from Kane.
Although Rashford has featured in six more games (31) than the older Englishman (25) he has only played 136 minutes more giving him a far superior minutes-per-goal-involvement ratio of 98.5 against Kane's 117.4.
The United star has also bagged seven match winners against Kane's five while his minutes-per-goal stat is also better at 124.4 compared with 131.2 for his England teammate.
The stats fall in Rashford's favour and the one that matters most is the win rate which the United man also trumps at 48 per cent versus Kane's 44.
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Another important factor is that Manchester-born Rashford has only just turned 22 whereas Kane will be turning 27 in another three months.
This article was most recently revised and updated 3 years ago