​Marcus Rashford has already achieved the dream of most Manchester United fans by scoring the winner against city rivals Manchester City, but for the 18-year-old striker, an identical strike - but this time at Old Trafford - is his real dream goal.

As revealed on the club's ​official website, Rashford claimed a theoretical strike at home to the Citizens was his dream goal, which he may be able to achieve as the Red Devils host Pep Guardiola's men in the fourth round of the Football League Cup on Wednesday night.

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The young England international made headlines last season when he scored the only goal of the game as United defeated their noisy neighbours 1-0 at the Etihad Stadium. The goal characterised the incredible rise of Rashford, who has now become a regular starter under Jose Mourinho.

Speaking about his dream goal, Rashford said, "It would be a home goal against City, definitely! Scoring away was a massive moment as well for me, so I can only imagine what a home goal would be like."

He went on to talk about the historic strike against Manchester City from last season: "The game was quite an even one so it could have gone either way. We were attacking and then they were attacking. They had a bit more of the ball but they weren’t really threatening us. 

"There were two times before when I got on a one-v-one with him [Martin Demichelis] and he just nicked the ball off me. I knew what I needed to do the next time I got the ball so I did it. Then I was against the keeper [Joe Hart] and it was just about relaxing, composing myself and that was what I did. 

"After it went in, the fans were too far away but it was a good feeling with everyone coming towards you. To win the game 1-0 as well, to hold out as a team was a good feeling.”