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Marcus Rashford makes a vow to Manchester United supporters in an emotional speech after Europa League final disappointment.

Marcus Rashford makes a vow to Manchester United supporters in an emotional speech after Europa League final disappointment.

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has assured the club’s supporters that they are ‘close’ to success under the leadership of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

United completed their campaign on a low after they fell to a disturbing loss on penalties against Spanish side Villarreal on Wednesday night.

Edinson Cavani had canceled out an opener from Gerard Moreno before a heroic penalty shootout which saw goalkeeper David de Gea miss the only one of 22 efforts taken.

United are yet to win a cup under the management of the Norwegian coach after undergoing a downfall in their first major final since the club legend took charge two-and-a-half years ago.

However, Rashford maintains the club are near accomplishing the targets they have set as part of the process which has been inspired by Solskjaer at Old Trafford.

“The feeling inside is difficult to explain,” an impassioned Rashford told BT Sport. “We came here to win. We’ve been working so hard all season and this was the opportunity to win a trophy and it didn’t happen for whatever reason. We have to get rid of the disappointment and look back at the game and see what we did wrong.

“People say a lot about Man United going downhill, blah, blah, blah, blah but for me, the club, desire, hunger, talent, ability, the squad, we have everything to compete at the highest level. We just have to show it to the world and ourselves, show why we belong in the top places and why we need to win finals like this.

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“Second doesn’t count for nothing. Manchester City win the league, we finished second. Doesn’t mean nothing. Villarreal won the Europa League, we finished second. For us it’s nothing. I don’t want to here ‘they were so close’ because it means nothing. One winner, one loser. Today we lost. We have to find out why and make sure next time we don’t lose.

“I’m 100% sure [we can compete because of] sacrifice. To win big trophies you have to show sacrifice. I could walk you into the dressing room and show you five, six, seven players – and me – who have had injuries from the start of the season. We all stayed and fought to be successful for the club.

“We have to go away and clear our heads. When we come back we start fresh.
“When Ole came in we had a process. We believe in the process. Part of the process is ups and downs. Just because we lose today I promise the fans no chance we give up.

“We will come back next season with more desire and hunger. We have to give 110%.

“I know in every club they don’t have this sacrifice. In the top clubs they do. That’s why they win trophies.

“We’re close, I promise we’re close.”

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