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Marcus Rashford Writes His Name In World Cup History After His Goal Against Iran



Manchester United and England forward, Rashford has become the first player in the history of the World Cup to score the fastest goal as a substitute player.

The Englishman achieved this feat in the Three Lions opening group game against Iran.

The record for the fastest goal by a substitute is 18 seconds by Uruguay’s Richard Morales against Senegal at the 2002 World Cup.

It was a beautiful day in the office for England as they scored six goals against their opponents. Jude Bellingham opened scoring in the game before Bukayo Saka scored a brace, Raheem Sterling scored the fourth goal of the match.

Rasford scored the fifth while Jack Grealish scored the sixth goal for the English

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