After all the discussion of whether Rashford is fading away under Mourinho at Man United, the Special One threw him a start against Liverpool and he kindly paid him back with a brilliant brace to win the staunch rivalry.
"In these types of games, when the pressure is on you, you just be yourself and I think that's what seems to happen in these games and the team seems to react well, when maybe we don't react as well in other games", said the 20-year-old.
De Boer, who lasted only 77 days as Crystal Palace manager after losing his first four league games in charge with no goals scored, said in an interview on BT Sport that it was "a pity" Mourinho was Rashford's manager because he was not getting enough chances. "But he's so talented and you want to see him play every week".
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But it has recently felt like he's barely been Jose Mourinho's man for any game as Saturday's match was his first start in 2018.
"If Marcus would be coached by Frank, he would learn how to lose".
Aldridge went on to encourage the Liverpool team to bounce back in the final eight games of the season, as he suggested he would still rather have Klopp managing his team than United boss Mourinho.
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Oh dear. Mourinho was never going to take those comments lightly and considering De Boer only managed four games before he was sacked - with no points or no goals - he brought a rubber hammer to a gunfight. "I have to be honest and give the credit to the people of the academy that were responsible for his formation, to Mr. [Louis] Van Gaal, who was responsible for his first season".
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'Marcus is having these experiences. I'm really happy too.
The Englishman is already a fan favourite with many anticipating him to start pretty much any match that he's available for.
'I am really pleased with everything.
The youngster though doesn't feel as though he needs an explanation from his manager and understands that he won't be starting every match United play in. He's a player we trust.
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Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano also disputed his account, saying "the world actually needs more Dutertes". Duterte has repeatedly lashed out at Callamard for her being biased against his anti-drug campaign.
"He had a good match and not just by scoring goals".