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Man Utd star Marcus Rashford breaks silence after car crash in wake of Burnley victory

Chris Byfield

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Man Utd star Marcus Rashford breaks silence after car crash in wake of Burnley victory

Marcus Rashford broke his silence after being involved in a car crash on Saturday night.

The incident happened after the England international left United’s training ground in his white Rolls Royce.

Erik ten Hag’s side had just returned on the team coach from Burnley following a 1-0 victory, before leaving the training ground in their personal cars.

Pictures of Rashford’s damaged vehicle circulated online showing the aftermath of the incident.


Rashford had played the entirety of United’s win against Vincent Kompany’s side - the club’s first in four matches.

The star has now broken his silence on the incident, taking to Instagram to say: "3 points on the road! I’m alright guys thanks for the messages."

Meanwhile, a United spokesperson said via the Sun: "Marcus is fine and was not injured. It was an accidental collision as he left the training ground after returning from Burnley.

"It was an incident involving his car and one driven by a member of the public.



"Thankfully both were uninjured and no ambulance was required."

It has been widely reported that emergency services attended the scene, but Rashford did not require medical attention and no arrests were made.

As per the Sun, both Rashford and the other driver were breathalysed as a matter of routine.


Moreover, United captain Bruno Fernandes is said to have come across the scene and urgently stopped to offer help to Rashford and the woman.

After United’s win, courtesy of a Fernandes volley Manchester manager Erik ten Hag to 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."


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Topics: Football, Premier League, Marcus Rashford, Manchester United

Chris Byfield
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