Marcus Rashford has said that the style of play being introduced at Manchester United by interim boss, Ralf Rangnick is strange and totally different from what Manchester United have ever played before in their history.
Following the sack of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Rangnick was appointed to take charge of the team for six months.
United have not lost a game since the 63-year-old, known as the ‘Godfather of Gegenpressing’, took charge at Old Trafford.
The Manchester giants could move up to fifth place in the table with three points away to Newcastle this evening.
“He’s done a good job…” Rashford told Sky Sports.
‘It’s tough but it’s fun. But it’s good, it’s what it takes to win big games.
“This style of play that we’re playing right now is different to anything that we’ve ever played before.
“It’s different to anything Manchester United have played before, I think so, it’s obviously something new for us all, but we’re enjoying the challenge and looking forward to it.
“We’re not throwing our arms up and saying that we’re working too hard. Everyone is together and focussed.”