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Smiling Bukayo Saka and revived Marcus Rashford wash away penalty heartache in Euros final


Rarely has Marcus Rashford scored a goal with quite the surety he did on Monday afternoon.

When the Manchester United player came on as a substitute with 20 minutes left, his first involvement was to receive the ball on the right, cut inside a defender on to his left foot and pass the ball into the net.

It was a goal scored with such ease on an afternoon when everything felt and looked beautifully simple for England.

Rarely has Marcus Rashford scored a goal with quite the surety he did on Monday afternoon

Rarely has Marcus Rashford scored a goal with quite the surety he did on Monday afternoon

This was a day for exorcising some ghosts. Rashford’s goal came with pretty much his first touch for his country since missing a penalty in the shootout England lost against Italy in the European Championship final 16 months ago. Earlier Bukayo Saka scored twice quite…



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