Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford was involved in a car accident shortly after his team’s game against Burnley on Saturday, September 23.
The incident occurred as Rashford was leaving Manchester United’s Carrington training base in his Rolls-Royce, valued at £700,000.
Earlier, Rashford and his teammates had returned to Carrington from their match at Turf Moor with a team coach.
Footage from the scene showed Rashford’s car with significant damage, and a nearby traffic island’s traffic pole had been knocked over.
Fortunately, Rashford reportedly suffered no serious injuries, but he was understandably shaken, according to a source cited by The Sun.
Police officers responded to the scene at Carrington Spur, but no arrests were made and no ambulances were required.
Notably, Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United’s captain, was present at the time of the accident and stopped to offer assistance.
It’s worth mentioning that Rashford played a crucial role in Manchester United’s victory over Burnley, with Bruno Fernandes scoring the only goal of the match.