Marcus Rashford
Marcus Rashford was introduced as a second-half substitute in Lens Getty Images

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has become England's youngest ever player to feature at the European Championships. Rashford replaced Adam Lallana in the 73rd minute of the Three Lions' last-minute win against Wales at Euro 2016 and at the age of 18 years and 229 days, has surpassed Wayne Rooney's previous record by four days.

The achievement caps a remarkable rise for the teenager, who only played his first game for United in the Europa League in February. Since then, he has established himself as a first-choice pick for the Red Devils and made his England debut late last month.

Rashford, who was the most surprising inclusion in England's 23-man squad, delivered an impressively mature performance as England came from a goal down to move to the top of Group B in France. In doing so, he has furthered his chances of being selected by manager Roy Hodgson for their remaining group game against Slovakia.

The United youngster recently signed a new contract with the Old Trafford club and scored his first international goal against Australia during his debut at the Stadium of Light.