The native of Wythenshawe entered the game in the second half of England’s 3-0 quarterfinal victory over Senegal.
Rashford, who wore number 11, was typically a threat from the right wing, and he created an excellent scoring opportunity for captain Harry Kane.
Marcus nearly scored in stoppage time when he shot the cross from Luke Shaw into the side netting.
While Rashy was unable to add to his three goals scored thus far in the campaign, he was important in achieving a victory that has set up a tantalising quarterfinal against the defending champions, France.
With Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, and Marcus Rashford prepared to face fellow Red Raphael Varane, this is a really exciting prospect for all football fans, and especially United fans.
Kylian Mbappe is the tournament’s leading scorer, so it will be exciting to see if the in-form Marcus Rashford starts against a squad that includes him. The match is set to take place on Saturday at 19:00 GMT.
United will also be flying that day, in case you were unaware:
Erik ten Hag’s Reds are slated to play Real Betis in a friendly at 17:00 GMT. This is viewable live on MUTV.
UNITED MEN WITH 50+ ENGLAND CAPS
Consider the list of renowned Liverpool players who have earned 50 or more caps for England.
Maguire joined the group in Qatar after just two outings, as evidenced here:
120 – Wayne Rooney
115 – David Beckham
106 – Sir Bobby Charlton
90 – Bryan Robson
89 – Michael Owen
85 – Gary Neville
84 – Ray Wilkins
81 – Rio Ferdinand
66 – Paul Scholes
59 – Peter Beardsley
59 – Phil Neville
53 – Paul Ince
52 – Harry Maguire
51 – Teddy Sheringham
50 – Marcus Rashford