The Manchester United striker can only thank the local artist, who created a murals in his name, does not want any personal praise for his amazing charity work, which he is doing for the public good, not for personal attention.
After being inspired by Rashford 's initiative to increase free school food in England, Akse created an artwork alongside Coffee House Cafe on Copson Street in Withington, Manchester.
In the event that you skipped this on Sunday, Marcus successfully convinced the government to invest over 400M to help poor children and their families across the world.
The wall is based on a Daniel Cheetham photograph and in partnership with Withington Walls a community street art project was created. The quotation from the mother of Rashford
“Take pride in knowing that your struggle will play the biggest role in your purpose.”
Speaking in a special episode of United Daily on Monday, Treble-winner David May paid tribute to the work that Rashford is doing off the pitch.
“It is phenomenal,”
said the former defender.
“To change the government's thinking and thoughts, not only once but twice, is incredible. No kids in any country should go hungry, so what he has done is a remarkable achievement and everybody at Manchester United is proud of him.
“There was the lovely touch from Everton fans at the weekend and that just says it all. There are so many people out there and those meals are absolutely vital. What he has done is incredible and he's a credit to the club, his family and the whole country.”