Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford has been named Premier League player of the month for February.
He scored four goals in five Premier League matches in the month under review.
He has now equalled Mohammed Salah’s record of winning the award three times in a single season, having won it in September, January and February.
Rashford beat the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho, Bernd Leno, Emerson Royal, Manor Solomon and Ollie Watkins to win his fourth ever Premier league player of the month award.
Erik Ten Hag was named Premier League manager of the month award for February with 10 points from four games.
The Dutch manager has won the awards two times this season
Rashford was delighted to coast home with yet another award in an impressive season.
“It’s obviously always good to be amongst the conversations,” he said of his club trophy, as voted by the fans.
“To be awarded this Player of Month, I feel like especially in the last three months, you could give it to anyone.
“Any of the people that have been voted deserve to win it, it obviously makes me feel really proud that I have managed to do it three times.
“All the players that have been up for it, even some of the ones that haven’t been up for it deserve it. It shows that, as a team, we are improving and, hopefully, we can continue doing that.”
He has netted 26 goals and recorded nine assists in all competitions for Manchester United this season.