After the Premier League match against Burnley on Saturday evening, Manchester United’s forward, Marcus Rashford, reportedly experienced a car accident, according to The Sun.
Following the game at Burnley’s Turf Moor, Rashford and his teammates were on a team coach heading to United’s Carrington base when his £700,000 Rolls-Royce sustained damage on the road. Fortunately, Rashford himself was unharmed.
Bruno Fernandes, his teammate and captain, came across the accident scene and promptly stopped to offer assistance, as reported.
The police arrived at the scene, but no arrests were made, and no ambulances were required.
Images from the area today reveal traffic cones and barriers surrounding a traffic island strewn with debris.
Before their 1-0 victory over Burnley, courtesy of Fernandez’s halftime goal, Rashford encouraged his teammates to strive for consistency.
He emphasized that achieving positive results could significantly impact the team’s morale and stressed the importance of maintaining consistency, which they lacked in the past.
Marcus Rashford, the English international, owns a £700,000 Black Badge Wraith that was involved in the accident, along with a £390,000 Black Badge Cullinan and a £560,000 Cullinan Blue Shadow.