Marcus Rashford talks about his game-winning play against Wales.

Marcus Rashford talks about his game

Marcus Rashford said that getting England into the last 16 of the World Cup was a “great feeling.”

The player from Marcus Manchester United scored twice in England’s 3-0 win over Wales. The first goal, from a free kick, was the first goal ever scored at the World Cup.

Marcus Rashford has had trouble with his form over the last couple of years, so he was happy to see it all come together at the right time.

Rashford told BBC Sport, “I would have liked a free kick in the first half, but the one in the second half was in a better spot.” “After that, you must stay calm and do what you do in training. They don’t usually go in, so I was glad it did today.

“It makes me feel great. We were a little down after the USA game, and the only way to get over it is to play well in your next game. I think we did that. It was just a matter of seizing opportunities as they came.”

England had a lot of the ball in the first half, but the game didn’t get going until after halftime.

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Rashford said, “At halftime, the coach told us that we had played well but that we could work the keeper more.” “We did that in the second half.

“This is why I play football: for times like this. I’m glad we’re making progress, and I hope we can keep improving. I have a lot of hopes for this team, and I think we’re getting better.”

Rashford has been one of the biggest surprises at the World Cup in Qatar. He is now tied for the most goals scored with Kylian Mbappe, Cody Gakpo, and Enner Valencia.