Rashford injury update after Cup win
Marcus Rashford will have a scan on his knee on Monday after our Man of the Match was forced off before the end of Manchester United's superb 3-2 FA Cup win over Liverpool.
Our no.10 had earlier set up Mason Greenwood for the Reds' first goal in the fourth-round tie, with the pass of the match. Three minutes after the restart, Greenwood returned the favour and Rashford finished with aplomb past Alisson.
Four minutes from time, the England striker was replaced by Anthony Martial and headed straight up the tunnel.
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Ole was asked about Rashford's departure from the action by BBC Sport and whether the England international would be okay for our next match, and the boss had this to say.
"Let’s hope so. His knee was bothering him," revealed Ole. "[He'll have a] scan tomorrow and we’ll see where we are.”
Rashford's goal was sandwich between Greenwood's and Bruno Fernandes' superb winner for the Reds, who will now face West Ham United in the fifth round of the Cup at Old Trafford next month.
That was Marcus's 15th goal of the campaign in all competitions, from 31 appearances for the Reds.
It means the attacker is on course to set his highest tally in a single season for United. Marcus bagged 22 last term, his highest number to date from one campaign.
Make sure to check out ManUtd.com and our Official App on Monday and Tuesday to see if we have any further updates on Rashford's injury situation.