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Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has sent a message after the club’s defeat to Bournemouth on Saturday.
The Red Devils are sitting on the 10th place in the Premier League table with 13 points. They have won just three times this season.
The last game against Eddie Howe’s side wasn’t a fortunate one for them and Harry Maguire was the only player to speak upon the game.
Later, Rashford broke the silence, posting on his Twitter account: “Saturday was a setback and a reminder we have lots of work to do,” Rashford wrote. “Two home games this week and we need to make them count.”
Saturday was a setback and a reminder we have lots of work to do.
Two home games this week and we need to make them count. pic.twitter.com/DWUoaYvSZw
— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) November 4, 2019
United will be on action again on their Premier League clash against Brighton on Sunday.