Good News For Manchester United As Star Player's Scan Result is Released
By SalenKennie | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 5873 views
Manchester United defeated Manchester City on Sunday in the Premier League as two unreplied goals from Bruno Fernandes and Luke Shaw set the Reds running. However Manchester United attackers Marcus Rashford was subbed off in the 73rd minutes after he suffered a swollen ankle while tracking back to stop a Man City counter attack. The coach however confirmed after the match that Rashford will undergo a major scan before they can discover the duration and the seriousness of the injury.
However, there's a piece of goodnews for Manchester United as Marcus Rashford has not suffer any ligament damage after he underwent a scan on Monday. Therefore fears that he could have damaged his ligament have been calmed but it was confirmed that his ankle is swollen. It will be assessed in few days as United prepare to face AC Milan next on Thursday in the UEFA Europa League.
The attacker has featured in United's 43 games this season and has scored 18 times accross all competitions this season despite nursing a shoulder injury in the past four month.
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