Marcus Rashford was handsomely rewarded by Manchester United for his stunning form last season, but right now he is not holding up his end of the bargain. He gave a desperately disappointing performance against Tottenham, failing to lead the line properly or play with any sign of a spark as United slid to a 2-0 defeat courtesy of a strike from Pape Mate Sarr and a calamitous Lisandro Martinez own goal.
Rashford was far from alone in flattering to deceive in another pitiful United performance and, unlike in their Premier League opener against Wolves, they did not get away with it. Despite making three big signings and getting their business done early, Erik ten Hag's side look a mess - bringing back bad memories of their catastrophic start to the previous campaign.
And they are badly missing their most expensive new arrival, Rasmus Hojlund, who is still recovering from a back injury and is yet to make his debut. The 20-year-old would have ideally had a bedding-in period, but United now desperately need him to make a flying start to his Premier League career, as playing Rashford out of position up front on his own is simply not working.
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