“He did a lot of things well, but finally, he knows that he has to be more clinical and he has to score a goal,” Erik ten Hag told a press conference about Marcus Rashford’s performance against Omonia.
“When you have such good movements, when you have such good combinations, you have such good actions, then you have to finish.
“I know sometimes it’s the game, it’s not your night, it’s the form of the day. But it can change to another game, because I think he is on a really good run and that proves the chances he creates.
“Now, in [the last] two games he’s a little bit unlucky. On Sunday he deserves a goal that they canceled, and today he didn’t score, and maybe it was maybe more by himself. So what I say is save it for the coming week.”
According to SofaScore, Marcus Rashford had six shot attempts against Omonia and missed three big chances to score.
Still, Rashford is the best goalscorer for Man United this season so far, having found the net five times across all competitions.