Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford was involved in a car accident shortly after the Red Devils victory over Burnley on Saturday.
The England International was in action against Burnley as Man United secured a 1-0 win after going three games without a win.
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Shortly after the win, Rashford got involved in a car crash with his brand new Rolls Royce which he recently bought a few weeks ago.
However, according to reports, the Man United star player was unhurt during the accident but the vehicle was damaged.
Rashford’s car accident
After the game that put a stop to their recent poor form, United players took the team bus back from Burnley before leaving with their own cars to drive home.
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“Agents and family members get into their heads and tell them they’re better than they are because they have a vested interest. It’s a disease of modern football,” Solskjaer said.
Rashford’s Rolls Royce which he bought recently is a Black Badge variant which has been engineered for greater torque, power, and control.
The £700k Rolls Royce the England international was driving collided with a traffic island as social media users shared footage of the accident's full impact.
Traffic seemed to stop while police handled the scene, leaving his white and black Rolls Royce scattered sideways over the road.
Thankfully, Rashford was not hurt in the collision that severely damaged his car but the incident left him shaken.
A traffic bollard and lamppost were shown to have been pushed down in a video that was shared on social media. The rear left-hand side of the car was torn away from the main body.
The majority of the hit appears to have been on the rear bumper because chunks are missing from and hanging off the still-moving car's rear bumper, which is flashing its hazard lights.
Meanwhile, Bruno Fernandes, the captain of Manchester United, reportedly arrived on the scene among the first after leaving Carrington shortly after Rashford.
The Portuguese stopped to offer support and check on his teammate shortly after the incident happened.