Man Utd star Marcus Rashford involved in car crash while driving £700k Rolls Royce
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Manchester United's Marcus Rashford has been involved in a car accident.
Catch a look at the aftermath here:
However, soon after leaving to reportedly drive home, Rashford was involved in an accident, pictures and a video emerging online of the aftermath of the crash.
A video posted to X - formerly known as Twitter - by Liam Shevv shows Rashford's white Black Badge Wraith Rolls Royce at the side of the road, part of the rear of the £700,000 vehicle damaged and hanging off.
A police car can also be seen and officers in high vis jackets are present, redirecting passersby and traffic.
The area was cordoned off, barriers and cones around a fallen lamp post and other debris from the collision - according to Manchester Evening News, the area remained blocked off this morning (Sunday, 24 September).
The witness in the video says: "Marcus Rashford's car and Bruno Fernandes is sat in that car there - that Bentley."
Indeed Captain Bruno Fernandes came to Rashford's aid, rushing to the scene to support him.
People are also flooding to X in concern for Rashford.
One user said: "Hopefully he's okay..."
"God willing he is okay," another added.
A third commented: "Stay safe Marcus."
Thankfully, a source told the Sun Rashford was left 'shaken-up' but didn't have any 'serious injuries' and didn't require medical attention.
As per Sky News, no arrests were made.
Before the game, Rashford - who received an honorary degree for his charity work - spoke about how 'one good result' or 'one good performance' can be 'a game-changer' at this club.
He said: "It's a difficult position and I'm not as happy as I'd like to be, but there's only one way to get back this happiness is to seek results.
"We know the effect that a victory can have on the team and then it's up to the players to show consistency.
"That's what we lacked. Last year, we were very consistent at home, but very irregular away."
LADbible has contacted Manchester United for comment.