England forward Marcus Rashford is not concerned by his nation's disappoiting history against Germany.
The two European giants meet in London on Tuesday for a 2020 Euro last 16 battle, where the winner could very well go all the way.
Chatting via Manchester United's media ahead of the tie, Rashford sees the game as a chance to take down the mighty competitor in order to find the ultimate glory.
“What happened in the past doesn’t have an effect on us and it doesn’t really matter. At the same time, it’s good to understand the history of the two countries that are facing up against each other," Rashy said.
“If we’re going to win the tournament, we have to beat the best teams. It's as simple as that.
“Germany are definitely up there as one of the best teams of the tournament. Like I said before, it’s a big test for us, but we’re not shying away from it. We’re definitely going for it head-on and we’re going to try and win the game," he concluded.
Meanwhile, Rashford is not expected to start the game, with Gareth Southgate having so far preffered the likes of Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, Bukayo Saka and Jack Grealish in the wide areas to support Harry Kane.