Dynamic duo key to United’s tough month
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here was something ethereal in the noise; not a cheer exactly, something closer to a woosh, perhaps, as 75,000 watched Anthony Martial first show Andros Townsend the ball, and then whip it through his legs. It was both the cruelest and most beautiful moment of the match – here and then gone in a flash. Yet, Martial wasn’t the star of Manchester United’s comfortable victory over Crystal Palace last Saturday. That honour lay with Marcus Rashford, a player growing into his role as the Reds’ first choice left-sided attacker. Both are key to a tough run of games after the international break.