Marcus Rashford took it upon himself to give back to the less privileged in the society while other footballers were busy having fun during the holiday season.
The Manchester-born striker launched an initiative to help the needy especially children during the festive season.
Rashford partnered with a couple of charity organizations to help homeless kids in Manchester have a fun-filled yuletide season.
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Gifts were wrapped in festive boxes with selected items inside including sanitizer, underwear, toiletries and lots of other stuff.
Rashford has been in fine form this season scoring 16 goals in all competitions for United this season, which is his best tally for the Red Devils.
And the 22-year-old delighted fans with his contribution and he took to his Instagram handle to express his joy.
He wrote on Instagram: "Very proud of what we achieved with #intheboxmanchester this year but also didn’t want to forget my roots at Christmas so really happy our family was able to ship donations to St Christopher’s Children’s Home in Saint Kitts and to see them arrive before the 25th.
"My Nana Cillian Henry lived in Haynes Smith village before she passed away and it means a lot to be able to do this in her memory.
"Hope everyone on the island has a great new year!"
Arsenal legend Ian Wright complimented Rashford's effort, writing: "Just brilliant."
One fan also commented: "Love this, great stuff".
Another said: "You are the real hero, we love you Marcus."
A third added: "Awsome Marcus proper manc."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's entourage have reportedly told Arsenal the striker wishes to leave the club.
According to journalist Ian McGarry, the 31-year-old's agents have revealed the Gabon star does not wish to remain at the Emirates because of the club's current position on the Premier League table.
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