The 23-year-old has been undeniably more productive under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer than he was under Mourinho, however the forward has conceded he obtained a ton of information that bettered him as a player and individual working with the Portuguese strategist somewhere in the range of 2016 and 2018.
In a new meeting, Rashford uncovered that he considers his to be a long time under Mourinho as a "difficult stretch" during which he figured out how to win in an unexpected way.
"There are heaps of various angles – however my time under Jose (Mourinho) was an enormous learning period for me and I have an inclination that I comprehended football in an alternate manner to what I comprehended football before that," he disclosed to Sky Sports.
"I figured out how to win in an unexpected way. It was a difficult stretch in my profession, however they're the minutes that either make you or break you.
"His way of instructing probably won't have been ideal for me, yet it certainly caused me to improve as a player and as an individual too.
"Getting through the institute, it was consistently about playing just as you could play and communicating and proceed to score however many objectives as you can. On the off chance that you can win 6-4, at that point go out and win 6-4, yet under Jose, we discovered that 1-0 is equivalent to 6-4."
Rashford scored 28 objectives and helped 22 strikes in 125 games under Mourinho, while he has struck multiple times and helped 28 objectives in 108 games under Solskjaer to date.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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