- Marcus Rashford has been backed by supporters after his stunning goal against Brighton
- The Man United striker was told by a fan to focus on his game rather than his charity program
- The Red Devils recorded their first win in the Premier League following a 3-2 win over Brighton
Marcus Rashford has received massive support from Man United fans after a troll told him to focus on his football rather than his feeding campaign for school children.
The Red Devils' striker has fed millions of children who can not afford food all through the year and his latest efforts are directed at providing vulnerable kids free school meals during half-term.
The unknown person said:
"Time to play some football mate."
The England international scored a sensational goal for United during their controversial 3-2 win over Brighton and the club's faithful have responded to the troll on social media.
After Rashford's goal, one fan wrote:
"I dare you, somebody say 'focus on football' one more time!
"Marcus Rashford can do it all. Save children from poverty and bag goals for Manchester United! He's one of our own!"
Rashford single-handedly ripped apart Brighton's defence to scored a sensational goal to put Man United ahead in the 52nd minuted.
Brighton had gone ahead through Neal Maupay from a spot-kick while Lewis Dunk put the ball into his own net to draw United level just before half-time.
Solly March headed home in the 90th minute making it 2-2 but the Red Devils were awarded a controversial penalty as Bruno Fernandes sealed the win in the 100th minute to end 3-2.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Brighton vs Man United ended in a 3-2 controversial win at the AMEX Stadium courtesy of an injury time penalty from Bruno Fernandes.
Brighton scored at both ends pitch as an own goal from Lewis Dunk canceled out Neal Maupay's spot-kick but Rashford put the Reds into the lead in the second half.
Solly March thought he had salvaged a draw for his team in a near-post header until the controversial moment in the 97th minute.
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