That is the decision of BBC Sport pundit Garth Crooks.
Manchester United coasted to a Four-Zero victory over Premier League strugglers Palace on Saturday at Old Trafford.
Rashford made a important contribution, chipping in with two assists so as to add to Roy Hodgson woes.
And Crooks thinks the England global’s tempo and agility supposed Palace have been by no means going to stay him quiet.
“I said it on Final Score on Saturday – Marcus [Rashford] absolutely rinsed Crystal Palace defender Joel Ward for United’s first goal, then proceeded to terrorise the Eagles for the entire afternoon,” Crooks instructed BBC Sport.
“The glance on Palace supervisor Roy Hodgson’s face in the dugout mentioned all of it. To be truthful, Ward deserved extra assist.
“To depart the Palace defender so remoted, particularly in the primary part in opposition to a participant of Rashford’s tempo and agility, used to be short-sighted and he deserved back-up.
“It used to be like observing a nice white shark tossing its prey about sooner than devouring the deficient soul.
“It took Palace a long way too lengthy to plug that hole. It used to be Palace’s proper aspect the place all their issues appear to come back from. Ashley Young additionally supplied the pass for Fellaini’s purpose from that aspect.
“With no issues at the board, and certainly no targets, Palace glance in a perilous state of affairs.
“But they do have the standard in the aspect to do one thing somewhat miraculous. If so, they’ll have to turn way more braveness than they did at Old Trafford.
“Fortunately they would possibly not need to play in opposition to Manchester United – or somebody like Rashford – each week.”