Rashford and Onana two more injuries for Man Utd

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Both players add to Manchester United's list of injury concerns. Rashford suffered a knock in the England game and Onana had to be substituted against Cameroon.

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Manchester United have had two more injury problems in the international break, with Marcus Rashford having to be substituted in England's 2-0 win over Malta. The England striker suffered a collision with Trent Alexander-Arnold for which he had to be treated by the England medical staff.
The Red Devils forward, who continues his poor form in front of goal, was unable to continue playing and Gareth Southgate replaced him with Chelsea midfielder Cole Palmer, who made his debut for the England national team.
After the match Southgate downplayed the significance of Rashford's collision. “I think he’s probably okay. We just thought given the nature of the collision, it was a chance to get Cole into the game. I haven’t assessed too much but I think Marcus was okay when he came off,” said the England coach.
Meanwhile, Andre Onana was also forced off in Cameroon's 3-0 win over Mauritius. The 27-year-old Red Devils goalkeeper was examined by Cameroon's physiotherapists and left the game with 10 minutes remaining limping.
Both absences add to a list of injury problems for Manchester United, who also recently suffered injuries to Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund who were forced to leave the Denmark training camp.