Marcus Rashford Video Goes Viral On Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and, Reddit

WATCH: Marcus Rashford Video Goes Viral On Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and, Reddit: Popular English footballer Marcus Rashford took to his official Twitter handle in the late hours of Wednesday (16th March 2022) and shot down asserts of flipping off an admirer after Manchester United’s 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night. The loss of the match resulted in United exiting the UEFA Champions League 2021-22 which prompted a furious reaction from the Old Trafford crowd. Talking about the viral video of Marcus, he has admitted that “emotion got the better of me” in response to being heckled by Manchester United admirers after the video making rounds all over the web. Follow More Update On

Marcus Rashford Video

Marcus Rashford Video

In the meantime, in the viral video, the 24-year-old footballer can be witnessed reacting to an admirer hurling criticism at him. The video was shot whereas the United team members were walking down to their team bus. In the 30-second video uploaded on Twitter, admirers waiting after the game call out Rashford for not approaching by yelling “Come on Rashford” and “after the performance? Come on guys”.

Marcus Rashford Video Explained

The footballer then turns towards the admirers, comes up to respond, and then talks to a nearby security guard, all of which can’t be heard. In a tweet entitled “There are 2 sides to every story”, Rashford has responded to the football. He wrote, “A video can paint a thousand words and in this case inaccurate information being shared on social media. Guys for weeks I have been hackled, menaced, questioned and last night my emotion got the better of me. I am a human being. Hearing and reading that stuff about yourself every day wears you down.

Marcus Rashford Video Issues Clarification

“No one is more critical of my performance than me. But what you watch in the video lacks context. I had been teased from the minute I stepped foot outside the ground, abuse not just focused on my football. People were looking for a reaction from me. Phones were at the ready. Obviously, I should have just walked straight past and ignored it, that is what we are supposed to do right? I want to make it clarify 2 things.

“The first being what I actually stated to the man throwing abuse at me which (was) “come over here and say it to my face” (a fact security can back up and 2ndly, the fact I used my forefinger to direct the admirer the fan to “come over here and say it to my face”. I did not gesture with my middle finger. I am not entitled. This is not ego.”


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