The England man is not a firm favourite with the Swansea faithful.
Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has been the target of booing from the Swansea City fans during the Red Devils’ clash with Paul Clement’s side at the Liberty Stadium.
He isn’t a former Cardiff City player, and he has never scored against the Swans.
And many observers of the game have ask the question why the Swansea faithful were less than impressed with the 19-year-old.
Well cast your mind back to Swansea’s relegation run-in last season, and you’ll soon realise why Rashford isn’t exactly a popular figure with the Jack Army.
The Swans were in desperate need of points when they headed to Old Trafford to face Jose Mourinho’s men on April 30, and ended up leaving Manchester with a valuable point thanks to a wonderful Gylfi Sigurdsson free-kick.
But that came after Wayne Rooney had controversially given the hosts the lead from the penalty spot on the stroke of half time after Rashford went down in the area.
Frustratingly for the Swansea fans, replays of the incident appeared to show that the striker was already falling to the ground when confronted by Lukasz Fabianski.
Rashford was heavily criticised by a number of former players and pundits on social media, and it seems his behaviour still rankles Swansea supporters even today.