Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford dazzled his Instagram followers with what he keeps under the stairs – his entire trophy collection!
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Striker Marcus has collected football memorabilia since his official first-team debut in 2016 and he displays it all in a bespoke glass cabinet under his stairs.
Marcus reveals his tailormade trophy cabinet
The cabinet includes England caps as well as the very first trophy he won for Manchester United in 2016.
The post received over 400,000 likes and fans were floored by his impressive collection. One fan remarked: "Wow that's a cabinet!" and others added: "Looks unreal that display," and "Very clever storage space under the stairs."
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Fans also joked: "Gonna need a bigger cabinet" and "Cabinet is going to need an extension soon," referring to Marcus' growing sporting success.
When Marcus Rashford isn't scoring goals for Manchester United, he's busy drumming up signatures for his free meals campaign, but the striker still finds time to enjoy his luxury home.
WATCH: Marcus gives a tour around his epic home
In a video shot by Bleacher Report, journalist Sam Tighe got treated to a tour around his fancy abode. Sam was instantly greeted by the "shrine to Rashford" in the hallway and was clearly impressed by the display.
They went on to tour the footballer's swanky monochrome kitchen complete with a wine fridge full of Coca-Cola cans and his fully equipped home gym.
Marcus stays in shape with a home gym
He was part of Manchester United's youth academy since 2005 and has worked his way up through the ranks.
Marcus has been investing in property, building a multi-million portfolio in the north of England.
Marcus now owns other homes in the north of England
The star striker has demonstrated his burning desire to support underprivileged children when it comes to his free school meals campaign – earlier in the year he got the government to backtrack on their decision to remove this benefit.
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