The artwork was defaced after England's loss in the Euro 2020 final in which Rashford missed a penalty. An online crowdfunding campaign raised more than PS40,000. Withington was the recipient of thousands upon thousands of messages. Rashford has requested that Fare Share Greater Manchester be granted the money. Some of the money will also pay for the repairs of the wall. Manchester United forward David Moyes said he was overwhelmed by the support received after the incident. He decided that the charity would provide meals for children in need during the summer holiday. Copson Street has a mural that is very close to his home. It was covered with swearwords following England's 3-2 defeat by Italy in the shootout. Street artist Akse later rehabilitated the piece, making it the scene of large anti-racism protests. Police later said the graffiti was believed the graffiti to be "not of racial nature" but investigations were ongoing.