Plenty of Manchester United fans have been left fuming as the Daily Telegraph have reported that Marcus Rashford has been playing through an injury that he suffered versus Arsenal in the 1-0 loss at Old Trafford in the Premier League.
As per the news outlet, the England international suffered a tear in his shoulder against Mikel Arteta’s Gunners, but that did not prevent him from playing against Istanbul Basaksehir and Everton in the UEFA Champions League and the English top flight respectively.
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The publication also reported that playing in those games caused him some bruising and bleeding, but he has been in the gym this week and thus is expected to be fit to play against West Brom on Saturday night.
While this could be seen as a good thing, several Red Devils have expressed their concern over Rashford playing a part in the clash if he is not 100% fit and have thus urged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer not to risk him against the Baggies.
Manchester United fan reaction to Rashford injury news
These Man United supporters fumed upon reading the news of Rashford’s ongoing injury on Twitter:
We need to stop playing injured players 1st pogba last season and this season then lindelof maguire and now Rashford fgs man
— Speed demon ⚡ (@Ishankz1) November 19, 2020
Play james lw and rest rashy, ur killing the lad !
— dpr21 (@dpr2177) November 19, 2020
Why on earth was he even in the squad for Istanbul? Some heads should be rolling.
— NanuUtd (@rahulsj92) November 19, 2020
This is our problem since ole is appointed,too much load on injured player,and soon running their career,this should be avoided sooner or we will suffer a lot #Oleout
— greenmint🧣 (@adutdmint) November 19, 2020
have we not learned from last season that we shouldn't rush these players back https://t.co/wESwo9OxoL
— R (@Ruben17i) November 19, 2020
Ole deserves to be sacked tbh https://t.co/HrVd8Uqxdu
— #oleout #abt (@thatboyJUWON) November 19, 2020
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