Rashford breaks silence after Man Utd star’s car crash in £700k Rolls Royce

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    Marcus Rashford has broken his silence following a scary crash in his £700k Rolls Royce.

    The Manchester United star had been driving the luxury vehicle after helping his side to a 1-0 win at Burnley. Rashford had returned to United's Carrington training ground with the team on a coach. However, upon leaving the training ground, Rashford is believed to have collided with a traffic island.

    Footage emerged on social media of the car badly damaged, with a toppled traffic island just metres away. Police were quickly on the scene, but an ambulance was not required and no arrests were made.

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    Bruno Fernandes was also at the scene and reportedly stopped to help his team-mate. A source told The Sun Rashford was uninjured but had been left a little shaken.

    Since then, the England forward has taken to Instagram page to confirm he is fine. With an image of him celebrating with Fernandes at Turf Moor, Rashford wrote: "3 points on the road! I’m alright guys thanks for the messages."

    A number of United fans replied to Rashford by telling him he needs to pass the ball more, while others wished him well. One said: "Rashford is a world class player but he needs confidence nothing else."

    Another added: "I hope you get back to your form ASAP. My best wishes and all support to you." A third commented: "You are a good player but please just pass the ball at the right time."

    Rashford, who wasted a couple of good chances, played the whole game at Turf Moor as United secured a much-needed victory following a poor start to the season. After the match, under-pressure boss Erik ten Hag admitted it was a must-win game.

    “This was a must-win and we knew that,” said the Dutchman. “The team responded on the pitch. You could see the togetherness in the dressing room. It was a squad performance.”

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