Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has officially been credited with his side's second goal in Sunday's 2-0 EFL Cup final win against Newcastle United.
The goal, which arrived six minutes after Casemiro had opened the scoring at Wembley, was announced at the time as a Sven Botman own goal.
Rashford's shot took a deflection off Newcastle defender Botman and looped over goalkeeper Loris Karius.
However, both United and the competition organisers confirmed on Monday that Rashford was indeed the goalscorer.
@ManUtd’s second goal in the Carabao Cup Final officially went to @MarcusRashford!— Carabao Cup (@Carabao_Cup) February 27, 2023
It means he finishes the competition as top scorer with six goals, having scored in every round #EFL | #CarabaoCup | #MUFC pic.twitter.com/0fXu5hfauc
That means the in-form England international finishes as the 2022-23 EFL Cup's top scorer with six goals, having found the net in every round United played in.
He now has 25 goals in 38 games for United this season – only Kylian Mbappe (29) and Erling Haaland (33) have scored more among players from Europe's top five leagues.
Rashford's latest strike helped propel United to their first trophy under Erik ten Hag and their first of any sort since 2017 when they won the Europa League under Jose Mourinho.