Rashford spent nearly six months on the sidelines after suffering a double stress fracture to his back in January, but returned for United when the Premier League resumed last month.
The 22-year-old is enjoying his best season in front of goal for United, but has only scored three times since English football returned a month ago.
Rashford was poor in United’s 1-1 draw against West Ham on Wednesday night and after the game former defender Patrice Evra criticized the forward for his display.
“People comment on Paul Pogba a lot, using a lot of harsh words,” he said full time. “I didn’t see any harsh words on Marcus Rashford, because Rashford had a bad game today. “
Rashford representatives DN May Sports Management have now responded to criticism and reiterated the severity of the injury he suffered earlier in the year.
“There was a lot of talk about Marcus’ fitness yesterday,” they tweeted Thursday. “What’s amazing is that I’m sure the boy is getting back into shape after an injury that could end his career. United are a team that wins and loses together. “