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Marcus Rashford plays for both Manchester United and the England national football team. His main position is as a forward. He has played for United all of his career, scoring two goals on his debut for the first team. He also scored on his debut for England, as well scoring on his Champions League debut.  Aged just 23, he has played 179 times for Man United, scoring 55 goals. Rashford has also earned 45 caps playing for England, scoring 12 goals. This includes playing at Euro 2016 and the 2018 World Cup.

The football superstar has also been praised for his endless campaigning against child hunger and homelessness. He has done this to great success, making a real difference to the causes he holds close to his heart. Rashford was appointed as a Member of the Order of the British Empire for his charity work. His work has directly led to over £400m of government funding, plus over £2.7m raised by the Food Poverty Campaign. There are other campaigns the footballer is working on, including the Literacy campaign and Universal Credit campaigning.