Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford tweeted to wish Harvey Elliott well after Liverpool were accused of fracturing an ankle during their match against Leeds United.
Elliot joins Pascal Struijk from Leeds in a seemingly harmless challenge, but is immediately impressed. The teenager was seriously injured.
Liverpool’s star teammates looked worried when Sky Sports commentators Martin Tyler and Gary Neville told viewers that they were seriously injured, but did not repeat it out of respect for the player.
Manchester United boy Marcus Rashford with a poster depicting pre-Ronaldo tweets about the Liverpool-Manchester United rivalry, wishing Elliott all the best after watching the incident on TV.
Ahhhh man rivalry aside that looks really nasty, no one wants to see that, thoughts are with you Harvey @LFC
— Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) September 12, 2021
Leaving the rivals on the sidelines might be a little overkill considering he got hurt like this as a teenager, but thanks to Rashford, he’s a very stylish guy.
We also hope that Elliott will not be sent off for the rest of the season due to injury. It is interesting to observe this in the early stages of this campaign. No matter how long his injury recovers, Elliott will get stronger and will fight for Liverpool in the next few minutes.