Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has made a better start to his career with the Red Devils than Cristiano Ronaldo did.
United youngster Rashford made his senior team debut just under two months ago, and has since become a revelation at the Old Trafford club.
The striker has gone from being a complete unknown to arguably the focal point of United's attack, showing great promise for the future.
Rashford's start at United has been more impressive than Ronaldo's first season at the Red Devils, and the statistics back this up.
The 18-year-old scored seven goals in his first 12 games for United's first team, while Ronaldo found the net just six times in 40 games during his first season at the club.
The Portuguese has gone on to score 478 club career goals, with 118 strikes being scored in 291 games with the Red Devils, and the other 360 strikes coming for his current club Real Madrid.
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