It's Marcus Rashford's world right now, and football fans around the world are just living in it. There might be better overall players on the planet than the Manchester United star, but few - if any - are playing as consistently well as him right now.
Rashford has now scored 16 goals in all competitions since the World Cup after netting twice in United's 3-0 win over Leicester City on Sunday.
The England international twice latched onto through-balls before finishing with aplomb as his goals either side of half-time set United on their way to another three points at home.
Jadon Sancho made sure of the victory after marking a fine substitute performance with a goal as United closed to within five points of Premier League leaders Arsenal.
They have played a game more than the Gunners, and are not back in league action for another fortnight now due to cup commitments, but a strong end to the season should mean they remain on the fringes of the title race throughout the run-in.
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