Marcus Rashford (born 31 October 1997) is an English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team.
A Manchester United player from the age of seven, he scored two goals on both his first-team debut against Midtjylland in the UEFA Europa League in February 2016 and his Premier League debut against Arsenal three days later.
He also scored in his first Manchester derby match, his first EFL Cup match and his first UEFA Champions League match. With United, Rashford has so far won the FA Cup, EFL Cup, FA Community Shield and UEFA Europa League.
The Northern Lights are set to be visible in Scotland tonight in a fantastic chance for stargazers. Better yet, the skies will be clear across northern Scotland, further increasing chances of spotting the spectacle.
Also known as aurora borealis, the lights are an otherworldly phenomenon in which stunning bands of green and purple dance in the sky.
The Met Office Space Weather forecast says auroras could be visible thanks to the clear skies forecasted this evening.A minor geomagnetic storm will give rise to the celestial display that may be seen through early Sunday.Wondering when to spot the Northern Lights?
Read on.Mark your calendars as the best time to catch the lights is from 9pm to midnight tonight.The Northern Lights could be viewable during this period when the geomagnetic activity levels peak.Stargazers across Scotland could spot the auroras with the weather finally on their side - at least in northern Scotland.Clear skies are in order for people in Aberdeen tonight with light cloud cover is in store for Dundee and Inverness.Sadly, thick cloud cover is expected in Edinburgh and Glasgow."The arrival of a fast solar wind may give further enhanced geomagnetic activity at times today and into early Sunday," reports the Met Office."This leads to a chance of aurora being visible across northern Scotland, where skies are clear tonight."The phenomenon is thanks to a minor solar storm that gave rise to fast solar winds.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk