When Anthony Martial suffered an injury during the warm up of Manchester United's UEFA Europa League last 16 second leg against FC Midtjylland in February 2016, a young and barely-known English striker named Marcus Rashford was thrust into the limelight. What came next was pure Hollywood fiction. Two goals at Old Trafford that night kick-started a run of remarkable performances from a clearly prodigious talent. The extent to which Rashford had risen through the ranks would not become fully apparent until May 2016, when the homegrown hero from Wythenshawe became the youngest player to score on his England debut. After two substitute appearances at UEFA EURO 2016, Rashford now focusses on his club career under Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford. Can the nimble go-getter build on this incredible start to his career?