Marcus Rashford said each major part in Gareth Southgate’s crew has a task to carry out at the European Championship and that he is more worried about conveying the title for England than seeing his name in the firing line-up.
The Manchester United forward captained England and scored in a weekend ago’s 1-0 cordial success over Romania however he battled for wellness and structure toward the finish of last season for United, scoring once in their last 10 games.
The 23-year-old faces extreme rivalry for a spot in the firing line-up for Sunday’s Group D opener against Croatia, with Southgate favored with a lot of assaulting choices in his 26-man crew.
“We go there as a crew that is attempting to win a competition,” Rashford told British media on Monday. “Regardless of whether you’re beginning in the initial 11, you’ve actually got a huge task to carry out in the event that we need to win the competition.
“Try not to misunderstand me, everyone needs to be in the initial 11 yet I think from my experience of being in competitions you need a crew, you must have players fit for going ahead at various minutes and giving that additional flash.
“I think in our crew we have that everywhere on the pitch, so to be straightforward, it (beginning against Croatia) isn’t at the front of my psyche.”
Britain, semifinalists at the 2018 World Cup, face Scotland on June 18 and the Czech Republic four days after the fact subsequent to playing Croatia, with all games being held at Wembley.