Turning 20 is a cause for celebration.
But Marcus Rashford might be leaving his teenage years behind with one slight bit of disappointment.
Reaching the milestone means Rashford won’t know be able to beat a Premier League record.
The Man United striker was rapidly approaching a Premier League record before he ran out of time.
His thirteen Premier League goals as a teenager were second only to former team-mate Wayne Rooney.
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Rashford’s last Premier League goal as a teenager came against Huddersfield.
Yep, that’s right, Arsenal on the 28th February 2016.
He’s crammed a lot into those teenage years.
For a start he scored on his Europa League, Champions League, Premier League, EFL Cup, England Under-21 and England debuts.
The 20-year-old is also an FA Cup, EFL Cup, Europa League and Community Shield winner already.
So we’re sure he’ll be able to live with disappointment of not taking Rooney’s record.
He also shares a birthday with Ricardo Fuller, Denis Irwin, Mustafa Izzet and Ian Walker.
Not a bad 5-a-side that.