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See reasons why Solskjaer subbed off Rashford against Brighton


Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford was subbed off in the 2-1 win over Brighton and Hove Albion as he seemed to have picked up an injury but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer cleared the air nothing that it was a tactical decision.

Matteo Darmian came on for Rashford in the 94th minute to nullify the growing Brighton pressure who threatened to notch in an equalizer late on.

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Rashford scored the match winner in the first half and was booked in the 93rd minute for a rash tackle on Martin Montoya. The England international has now scored four goals in his last four league appearances.

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In a post-match press conference after the Brighton win, Solskjaer revealed why he took off Rashford, “He was tired towards the end because his work-rate is unbelievable. We also knew they were going to get some crosses and set pieces so I put Matteo [Darmian] on as an extra defender just to see the game out.”


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