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.

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

By lytetrend

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