Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has lauded Manchester City for their consistency in the last few years leading to their treble win.
Pep Guardiola’s men achieved a historic feat at the end of the 2022/23 season winning their first Champions League title while also going on to the treble.
City beat Man United in the final of the FA Cup to add to their trophies after already clinching the Premier League title.
Despite concerns Guardiola’s team is built around spending, Rashford believes the Cityzens have been consistent and deserve their flowers for what they have done.
“[Losing the FA Cup] It’s not nice but at the same time, it’s football,” said Rashford, whose United side finished third and won the EFL Cup last season.
“The best team that is consistently playing the best football is going to win the most trophies. They managed to win three this year – well done to them.
“We just move on. It’s up to them to keep it up and up to the rest of us to catch up.”
During the just-ended season, the striker scored 30 goals in all competitions for Erik ten Hag’s side but will now turn his attention to national team assignment with England.
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