By Pa Sport Staff
Published: 13:00 BST, 21 October 2019 | Updated: 13:18 BST, 21 October 2019
Marcus Rashford is determined to kick on after Manchester United's improved display so nearly brought a surprise victory against Liverpool.
The international break was an uncomfortable period for all connected to the Old Trafford giants, with the loss at struggling Newcastle leading focus to increase on players, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the entire background structure.
Yet United rallied impressively and came out fighting against reigning European champions Liverpool, with Rashford putting the hosts ahead on an afternoon when they would fall just short.
Marcus Rashford is confident that United's solid display against Liverpool is the first of many
Substitute Adam Lallana secured a late 1-1 draw for Jurgen Klopp's men, who had won their previous 17 league matches but, in Rashford's opinion, should have tasted defeat on Sunday.
'My overall feeling is disappointment,' Rashford said.
'I think we