Manchester United manager Eric Ten Haag was furious with the injury of team ace Marcus Rashford.
Rashford was injured during the 2022-2023 English Premier League round 30 match against Everton at Old Trafford in Manchester, England on the 8th and was replaced by Boot Verhost in the 36th minute of the second half and left the field.
Rashford is said to be complaining of pain in the groin, although the exact test results have not yet been released.메이저놀이터
In an interview with BT Sports after the game, coach Ten Haag was concerned about Rashford’s condition, saying, “It doesn’t look good.” He continued, “I’ll say it again, but it’s all because of the schedule. It doesn’t make sense to play three games in six days. We have to protect our players,” he said, angry that the tight schedule caused Rashford’s injury.
As manager Ten Hag said, United have played three matches in the last six days. On the 3rd, we played a league game away from Newcastle United, and on the 6th, we faced Brentford at home. And fought Everton in just two days. Manager Ten Haag’s displeasure is understandable.
Besides, this is the time when we are nearing the end of the season. Athletes are exhausted in a long race. It is difficult to see it as a normal situation to digest such an unreasonable schedule at this point.
It’s an injury worth worrying about from Manchester United’s point of view. Rashford has been very active as Manchester United’s key striker this season. He has 15 goals and 4 assists in the Premier League, 6 goals and 2 assists in the League Cup and 6 goals and 1 assist in the UEFA Europa League. In fact, if Rashford is missing as an irreplaceable resource, Manchester United’s last-minute competition for rankings will be difficult.
Manchester United have to digest not only the league but also the Europa League schedule. Right now, on the 14th, we have to play the first leg of the quarterfinals against Sevilla, a strong player in Spain. As it is held at home, a victory is essential, but if Rashford cannot play, a power leak is inevitable.