Return Date Announced: Erik ten Hag points finger of blame as Marcus Rashford suffers injury blow

Manchester United dominated Everton on Saturday, but Erik Ten Hag’s afternoon was marred by Marcus Rashford going out hurt late in the game.

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Manchester United defeated Everton on Saturday to keep their prospects of finishing in the top four alive.

Scott McTominay and Anthony Martial scored to give the Red Devils all three points over the Toffees. However, Erik Ten Hag’s afternoon was marred by the injury of star forward Marcus Rashford.

Rashford’s early withdrawal enraged Ten Hag, who blamed the Premier League for his team’s tight schedule. Meanwhile, Gary Neville blamed Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s latest setback on a “curse.” Mirror Football compiles the most recent Manchester United news.

Rashford has been injured.
Marcus Rashford suffered a devastating injury as Manchester United cruised over Everton. As he strained for a high ball, the 25-year-old looked to injure his groin, signaling that he needed to be replaced.

The attacker limped out and was replaced by Wout Weghorst for the final 10 minutes, leaving United fans disappointed. Rashford was forced to withdraw from England’s Euro 2024 qualifiers against Italy and Ukraine due to an injury.

With this groin issue, he appears to be in for another stint on the sidelines. United will now be concerned about the fitness of their leading scorer for the opening leg of their Europa League quarter-final against Sevilla.

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