Marcus Rashford was unstoppable for Manchester United after coming off the bench to score a hat-trick in their 5-0 win over RB Leipzig.
The forward has been in the headlines for his campaigning off the pitch but continues to perform on it.
Leipzig struggled to deal with the England international as he was phenomenal in scoring all three in 16 minutes.
The 22-year-old continues to be an inspiration in his unswerving fight against food poverty that has already caused one government U-turn and is aiming to provoke another.
Against United’s German visitors he was a one-man demolition act, scoring on 74, 78 and 90 minutes, even having time to display the selflessness that drives him to help those less fortunate.
Rashford quickly added a second and then had a chance of a hat-trick when Man United were awarded a penalty when Martial was brought down in the box.
The 22-year-old passed up the chance to take the spot kick so Martial could take it and grab a much needed goal for his confidence.
There was another for Rashford moments later, with the substitute impressively chopping away from Upamecano and rifling home.
Anthony Martial was then brought down in the box by Marcel Sabitzer and he took the penalty to make it 4-0 with Rashford passing up the opportunity to grab a hat-trick to allow his teammate to score.
Rashford then completed his hat-trick in the second minute of added time to round off his remarkable performance.