He scored his first goal for the national team on the same day that he made his first start; scoring the opening goal in England's 2-0 friendly win over France in November 2015.
Striker Marcus Rashford scored a second-half victor as a young and much-changed England avoided an unprecedented fourth successive defeat by beating Switzerland 1-0 in an global friendly on Tuesday. Clearly ill at ease with the ball at his feet, the Stoke man nearly passed the ball into his own net in the sixth minute and his under-hit pass to James Tarkowski seconds later culminated in Xherdan Shaqiri hitting the post for the visitors.
The latter kept a clean sheet against the Swiss but he lacked the assurance of Pickford and the Everton keeper is certain to come back for England's next game, against Croatia on 12 October in the Uefa Nations League.
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England manager Southgate would love to see Rashford play more but admitted: "We have to give him time to develop". "It's great we can all shout at each other and tell each other to improve like we did".
Southgate made nine changes for the Switzerland game and revealed that he was not in the dressing room when the players launched into each other. He had left [Riyad] Mahrez out of the team, so he needed to get him on because he [Mahrez] is still adapting to the way of playing.
The security provided by the presence of three central midfielders behind him enabled Shaqiri to roam wherever his little legs wished to carry him, and he popped up all over the pitch in the first half. The first half was quite predictable really.
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The importance of holding on for a morale-boosting win for Southgate was shown as he introduced a host of regular starters, including captain Harry Kane off the bench for the final quarter.
"I was delighted [with Rashford] because we really wanted to make him feel important over this period", Southgate said. We have to remember that Harry, at that age, had hardly played anywhere near the same number of matches for Spurs.
Rashford has started two games for United this season and will miss the next three - starting with Saturday's away Premier League fixture at Watford - after being sent off in the match against Burnley. "We had a real jigsaw to figure in terms of who we could play and take off".
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