Everton put aside Manchester United rivalry with classy tribute to Marcus Rashford's fight against child food poverty

EVERTON showed their support for Marcus Rashford's charity work ahead of their clash with Manchester United.

The England forward earned himself an MBE following his incredible free school meals campaign.

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Rashford campaigned for the government to allow around 1.3million kids to claim meal vouchers during the summer holidays.

He has also teamed up with charity FareShare to dish out millions of free meals to those in need.

His hard work has been honoured by street artist Akse who created a huge mural of the United star.

And Everton showed their support to Rashford in the build-up to facing him on the pitch.

The Toffees put a picture of the 23-year-old on the big screen inside of Goodison Park.

The message from The Everton Fans' Forum read: "Thank you for sticking up for our kids who needed a voice, here on Merseyside and across the country."

Everton shared the snap to their official Twitter page with the caption: "A message to @MarcusRashford from all Evertonians via @EFC_FansForum…"

It has been revealed that four in ten Brits back Rashford's free school meals campaign.

And the striker has backed Unicef after it stepped in to feed 15,000 British kids over the Christmas holiday.

As well as achieving legendary status off the pitch, Rashford has been producing the goods on it.

He scored a hat-trick in just 18 minutes after he came off the bench against RB Leipzig last month.

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