What a day, what a week for Marcus Rashford.
Put yourself in his shoes. Your boyhood club, one of the biggest in the World, turn to you out of desperation and hand you a debut, you score twice to keep the club in Europe. Next comes your first Premier League game, a huge game against Arsenal who embarrased your team earlier in the season and are going for the title, and you score two goals with your first two touches.
Dreamland doesn't do it justice.
It is understandable, therefore, that Marcus Rashford will have been a little bit bewildered in his first ever Sky Sports post-match interview, but he handled himself well. With the experience of Michael Carrick by his side he tried to remain composed but his nervous teenage laughter could not be held back, and it was great to see.
He seems to have a solid head on his shoulders, which is good news because there is going to be a lot of hype coming his way.
We've seen hotshot strikers burst onto the scene and fall flat before, so Rashford will need guidance in the coming weeks, months, and years, but it's clear that the talent is there.
If his first two performances for Manchester United are anything to go by, he'll have plenty more man of the match interviews to develop his media handling skills further.