appeared to suffer a worrying injury during the closing stages of ’s Premier League game against on Saturday.
The club’s top goalscorer this season had just played a part in the goal that appeared to have sealed three points for his side, capitalising on a mistake by Seamus Coleman to provide substitute Anthony Martial with an easy tap in.
Moments later, Rashford pulled up in clear discomfort clutching his groin after he unsuccessfully attempted to collect a lofted pass from the returning Christian Eriksen making his comeback after a 16-game absence.
Rashford managed to make his way back onto the pitch before trudging along the touchline and down the tunnel, replaced by Wout Weghorst.
The much maligned January loan signing from Burnley is still waiting for his first Premier League goal but appears primed to play a vital role in the run-in with his side still involved in two cup competitions while attempting to secure a top four finish in the Premier League.
United face Sevilla in midweek before they travel to the City Ground to take on relegation threatened Nottingham Forest just over 48 hours later.
Erik ten Hag’s side then face the serial Europa League winners at Old Trafford the following Thursday, before they face in-form Brighton at Wembley in an FA Cup semi-final on April 23.
The United manager made three changes to his starting line-up for the Saturday’s game against the Toffees with Harry Maguire recalled with Raphael Varane granted a rest.
It was the club skipper’s first Premier League start in nearly two months and the Dutchman earlier explained that the club’s crazy schedule played a part in his decision.
He said: ‘He (Maguire) played against Fulham, he played against Betis. He’s fit, he’s ready to play.
‘The thinking is we have most crazy schedule of all the Premier League teams, we have three in six days that’s not right but we have to deal with it.’
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