The Manchester United attacker has risen from sportsman to statesman with his campaign for free school meals
First Marcus Rashford put in a decent shift on the pitch. Then came an even more impressive one off it.
Barely 45 minutes after a pallid, punchless 0-0 draw with Chelsea on Saturday night, the Manchester United striker was back working his second job: a three-hour magic set in which dozens of cafes, churches, restaurants and ordinary folk all promised him they would donate free food to the poorest children in society during this half-term.
Written by Sean Ingle
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