Manchester United could be without striker Marcus Rashford during their incredibly important final games following an injury against Celta Vigo.
The Englishman scored the goal that gave Man United the away goal and a vital lead going into the Europa League semi-final second leg.
Just before the end of the game, Rashford was brought off but was only able to hobble off the pitch after a suspected knee injury.
This comes just before a run of Premier League games that could see them clinch fourth place off rivals Manchester City.
Not only that, the extent could leave Man United without a quality striker in both the Semi-final and potential final of the Europa League.
Anthony Martial would likely be the man who would fill in following both Rashford and Zlatan’s exclusion.
For now, Mourinho must wait to hear the extent of Marcus Rashford’s injury.
What. A. Goal.
Take a bow, Rashford pic.twitter.com/MlPYBA2Eio
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) May 4, 2017
Rashford scores wonder goal
Safe to say, Marcus’ goal will certainly be the talking point about the first leg in Vigo.
The Englishman stood up and put the team on his back at only 19-years-old.