SI Staff
Wednesday April 13th, 2016

Despite Manchester United's tumultuous season, Marcus Rashford's emergence has been reason for joy among the Old Trafford faithful.

That continued Wednesday, as Rashford delivered a beautiful goal in Manchester United's FA Cup replay against West Ham, kick-starting the Red Devils in their 2-1 win to cement a place in the semifinals at Wembley Stadium vs. Everton. 

Rashford, who has three league goals and two Europa League goals since being given his first-team chance by Louis van Gaal in late February, added the FA Cup to his scoresheet, taking a ball from fellow youngster Anthony Martial and curling a right-footed blast into the upper right-hand corner to silence the crowd at Upton Park in the 54th minute.

Marouane Fellaini added a second goal some 12 minutes later, giving United a 2-0 advantage, only to have James Tomkins pull one back in the 79th minute to make it 2-1.

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