The Red Devils’ victory over Everton in the Premier League on Saturday was marred by Marcus Rashford’s limp.
In the final ten minutes of United’s 2-0 victory over Everton at Old Trafford, Rashford had to be substituted. The striker signaled to the bench to be replaced after pulling up with what appeared to be a groin injury.
The Red Devils will be highly concerned by Rashford’s limping off the field and straight down the tunnel before Thursday’s first leg of their Europa League quarterfinal against Sevilla.
Erik Ten Hag, the manager of the Red Devils, criticized the fixture list while talking about Rashford’s injury.
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He told BT Sport, “We have to wait; he doesn’t look well. Once again, that is due to the schedule. It can’t be you play three games in six days. We have to protect our players.”
Rashford is having a fantastic season right now. With 28 goals in all competitions, the forward is the team’s leading scorer. Ten Hag must now wait in suspense to learn the extent of his injury.
United will be hoping that Rashford recovers quicklu and continues to perform the way he has been until now in the season.