Interim boss of Manchester United Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has disclosed that he would not allow England forward Marcus Rashford to burn out and he trust the forward to tell him if he needs to be rested.
Rashford was observed to be tired towards the closing stages of the Red Devils 2-1 victory over Brighton & Hoves last weekend and was replaced late on in the game after picking up a knock to his knee.
The injury will be accessed in the current weak ahead of Manchester United crunch FA Cup clash with Arsenal.
Solskjaer told the Sun : “He was tired towards the end [against Brighton] because his work-rate is unbelievable.”
Rashford has been a joy to watch since the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to the Old Trafford. The England international has been deployed in his favour number 9 role and has netted five goals, with Manchester United recording six straight victories in the England topflight division
Despite Manchester United form, worries of exhaustion have crept into the mind of several experts considering the high tempo pressing the players carry out high up the pitch.
I have to be fair to the boys,” said Solskjaer. “I do demand a lot of sprinting and high press because we are Manchester United .
“Maybe the last two games it has caught up with a few but we have got another week to be ready for Arsenal, so we will be ready for Arsenal.”