Manchester United legend Roy Keane has advised Marcus Rashford to learn from his England teammate Raheem Sterling.
Roy Keane was quoted by the Daily Mirror to this effect as he said that Marcus Rashford can improve his game by learning one or two things from Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling.
According to him, Rashford can learn from Sterling during training or by watching him in close quarters.
Both Marcus Rashford and Raheem Sterling were in very good form at the weekend as they helped the Three Lions of England to an impressive win over Bulgaria in what was an Euro 2020 qualifier.
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The two players were on the wings for England who maintained their perfect start to the qualifiers with an emphatic 4-0 win over Bulgaria.
Raheem Sterling scored one of the goals but skipper Harry Kane was the star of the show after netting a treble.
The Manchester City star has been in scintillating form for both club and country since the start of this football season.
The goal against Bulgaria took his Euro 2020 qualifying tally to five in the three games played.
He has also scored five goals for Manchester City from the four Premier League games played this season.