RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Marcus Rashford will be sidelined for three months after he picked up a double stress fracture in Manchester United’s FA Cup win over Wolves. The forward came off the bench, but was quickly hauled back off in a move that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits “backfired”. Rashford was always set to miss United’s trip to Liverpool on Sunday afternoon, but it soon became apparent that the 22-year-old could be out for considerably longer. Journalist Henry Winter has since reported that the Red Devils star will miss a large chunk of what remains of the current campaign. He tweeted: “Rashford was carrying a single stress fracture in his back, now has a double stress fracture after Wolves game. Expected to be out for 2-3 months. “Also has piece of floating bone in his ankle requiring non-intrusive surgery to remove. Been playing thru immense pain to help #mufc.” Before United’s game with Liverpool at Anfield, Solskjaer was questioned about his star man’s absence and was clearly aware of the potential diagnosis. He said: “He [Rashford] got a couple of knocks again and a couple of jolts when he came on against Wolves, and he’s aggravated his back. “He’s had some trouble before and of course we are going to give him time to recover and rest before we put him back on the pitch. He’s always recovered quickly before so let’s hope he does that again. “I wouldn’t expect him to be back in the next few weeks and we’ve got a mid-season break.” It leaves Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood as United’s only options in attack and may encourage them to act before the January transfer window closes.— Tags: Manchester UnitedMarcus RashfordOle Gunnar SolskjaerRed Devil
Bayern Munich pulled off a stunning turnaround in their Champions League quarter-final last night.They beat Porto 6-1, which made up for a 3-1 reverse in the first leg, and meant a 7-4 aggregate win for the Germans.Barcelona beat Paris St Germain 2-0, which is 5-1 over the two games. In tonight’s action, the two Madrid teams are 0-0 overall ahead of Real hosting the second leg, while Juventus have a 1-0 advantage heading into their game at Monaco.Both of tonight’s games kick off at 7.45.
Senegal international forward Souleymane Camara scored on the stroke of fulltime to earn his Montpellier side a valuable point at the home of French champions AS Monaco.In-form striker Radamel Falcao gave the hosts a 38th minute to put his team on the way to finishing the day at the top of the French Ligue 1 table before Camara’s intervention put paid to that. Falcao has now scored 12 league goals this season.Montpellier have now recorded two successive draws against the top two from last season after their goalless draw with league leaders Paris Saint Germain (PSG) on Matchday 7.Their latest draw takes the former French champions three places up the table from 13th to 10th while Monaco stay in second spot on goal difference with 19 points though PSG could stretch their advantage to three points if they beat third-placed Bordeaux.RelatedFrench Ligue 1 Review: The Olympiques Experience Contrasting Fortunes In Top Three BidDecember 4, 2017In “Europe”Ligue 1 Review: PSG Thrash Monaco To Take League TitleApril 16, 2018In “Europe”French Ligue1: Monaco Beat Caen To Close Gap On Leaders PSGOctober 22, 2017In “Europe”
Neil Warnock has told talkSPORT he is keen to make three additions to his Crystal Palace squad in January.The Eagles are without a win in three Premier League games and are sitting just a point above the drop zone.Warnock insists he will not splash the cash for the sake of it, but he believes his team needs strengthening throughout to aid their survival bid.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, he said: “We need a striker. We are looking also to supplement the midfield and defence, whether that be a full-back or centre-half.”