Marcus Rashford was involved in a car crash after Manchester United’s 1-0 over Burnley, it has been claimed.
Rashford, who played the full 90 minutes against Burnley, crashed his Rolls Royce when driving home from United’s victory on Saturday night.
The England star is said to be shaken but unhurt following the collision, with footage of a crashed luxury car circulating on social media.
Indeed, on Rashford’s drive home from the game he was involved in a crash that badly damaged his car, with footage showing a traffic island toppled over just metres from where the United forward had pulled over on the side of the road.
According to Express.co.uk, United skipper Bruno Fernandes stopped to help out after coming across the scene, which severely dented Rashford’s Rolls Royce Black Badge Wraith.
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While police were called to the scene there were no arrests made, while an ambulance was not required.
Rashford has only a matter of days to recover from the incident, with United set to take on Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night.
Earlier in the day United ended a three game losing streak with Jonny Evans setting up Fernandes’ stunning volley for the only goal of the game.
Evans, who was making his first start for United in more than eight years, pinged an inch-perfect pass from his weaker left foot to Fernandes on the stroke of half time.
The win sees United move up to eighth in the Premier League, while Burnley are rock-bottom, still waiting for their first win since promotion.
After the game Erik ten Hag told TNT Sports: “The team spirit was big. The battle, the fight together. You saw a team defending with 11. Following the rules and being disciplined.
“It’s about winning. The last week a lot was against us but you have to turn that and it’s only up to us, and we knew that. The team acknowledged this and we have seen the answer on the pitch.
“Hopefully it gives us confidence. It’s only one win. Tuesday is the next game.”