Manchester United’s forward, Marcus Rashford, experienced a car incident following the Premier League match against Burnley on Saturday evening, as reported by The Sun.
After the match at Burnley’s Turf Moor, Rashford and his teammates departed for United’s Carrington base on the team coach. Unfortunately, Rashford’s £700,000 Rolls-Royce sustained damage during the journey, though he emerged from the incident unharmed.
Bruno Fernandes, the team’s captain and Rashford’s teammate, came upon the scene and promptly halted to provide assistance, according to the report.
Although the police arrived at the scene, no arrests were made, and there was no need for ambulances. Images from the location today reveal traffic cones and barriers around a traffic island, scattered with debris.
Before their 1-0 victory against Burnley, achieved through Fernandez’s halftime goal, Rashford encouraged his fellow players to demonstrate consistency, stating, “One good result, one good performance, can be a game-changer at this club.”
He emphasized the importance of seeking results to regain happiness, acknowledging the club’s need for better consistency, especially in away games, reflecting on their previous season’s performance.
In relation to the crash, it’s worth noting that Marcus Rashford owns a £700,000 Black Badge Wraith, a £390,000 Black Badge Cullinan, and a £560,000 Cullinan Blue Shadow.