We can’t give you this week’s winning lottery numbers.
But we can guarantee that every time Marcus Rashford makes a debut he’ll score.
Premier League debut? Two goals against Arsenal. Europa League debut? Another double. England debut? Three minutes to find the back of the net.
You can also throw in debut goals in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and for England Under-21s/
So it was little surprise when, seven minutes after coming off the bench, Rashford scored on his Champions League debut.
Jose Mourinho did his best to break the run after naming the 19-year-old among the substitutes as United took on Basel.
But even a delayed start couldn’t stop Rashford’s incredible debut run.
It was a happy ending to a night that started poorly, with captain Paul Pogba taken off injured after 19 minutes.
His replacement, Maroune Fellaini, put United ahead before Romelu Lukaku doubled their lead.
Then it was all about our kid Marcus.
Like night turns into day, Rashford was on the spot to turn home Fellaini’s cross.
Find someone that loves you as much as Rashford loves scoring on debuts.