• England defeated Belgium 2-1 in their recent UEFA Nations League matchup
  • Marcus Rashford scored the equalizer for Gareth Southgate’s squad
  • Rashford reached a Manchester United milestone shared by Bobby Charlton, David Beckham and Wayne Rooney

Marcus Rashford has scored in his last four competitive appearances for England, making him only the fourth player to do so in Manchester United history. Prior to his achievement, only Bobby Charlton, David Beckham and Wayne Rooney had accomplished this feat.

The milestone for Rashford came when the 22-year-old scored the equalizer in England's Nations League 2-1 victory against Belgium on Sunday.

This achievement for the rising star was spread out evenly across 12 months of international competition, Goal reported.

The first goal was in England’s 6-0 drubbing of Bulgaria in its Euro 2020 qualifying win. This was followed by Rashford netting a goal in a 7-0 victory against Montenegro and another one in a 4-0 win against Kosovo.

The young Rashfrod is one of the more promising players of Manchester United as he’s developed into a reliable star for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Throughout his stay with the Red Devils, he’s appeared in 219 games, netted 69 goals and tallied 39 assists. He was part of the 2017 English League cup club and was one of the club’s best players for the 2019-2020 season.

With Rashford stepping up in England's recent match in the Nations League, manager Gareth Southgate shared that the rest of the club did well overall. This includes Mason Mount, who netted the goal that secured the victory.

"You're trying to help the players to understand the problems that the opposition movement is causing. That was clear to us, but the players then have to solve it, and they did. Rashford and Mount's pressing was phenomenal," Southgate told Sky Sports.

"I think tonight you saw a top-level game where we used the ball well and created chances. But defensively you've got to be spot on, you can't be loose in any way and the players really took that on board," he continued.

Rashford now joins the company of big names in Manchester United history. The winger will attempt to continue his stellar performance for the England national team as they face Denmark on Wednesday in their next Nations League matchup.

Marcus Rashford takes a knee before kick-off
Marcus Rashford takes a knee before kick-off POOL / MATTHEW CHILDS