Erik TEN HAG kept Manchester United fans guessing about how bad Rasmus Hojlund’s injury was after he had to leave the game against Luton because it was too painful.
The 20-year-old Dane missed two great chances on Saturday to score his first Premier League goal.
Then, in the 79th minute, he went down and looked like he was holding his leg. Anthony Martial came on to replace him.
And Ten Hag’s words after the game didn’t calm down worried Manchester United fans.
He replied, “Right now I can’t say anything.”
“You need to wait 24 hours.” Give them two days to figure out what’s wrong, if there is one.
Christians Eriksen left the game early because of an injury, which makes Hojlund worry.
Casemiro, Luke Shaw, Lisandro Martinez, and Tyrell Malacia are just a few of the other stars on the Red Devils who are already out.
Johnny Evans was also ruled out for the Luton game because he hurt his thigh.
When it comes to the Premier League, Hojlund has yet to score his first goal, but he has already scored five in the Champions League.
The player who used to play for Atalanta scored twice in Man Utd’s 4-3 loss to Copenhagen last week.
But he missed two good chances at Old Trafford and couldn’t build on that.
Early in the game, Thomas Kaminski stopped him from just five yards out.
After that, he missed a close-range header in the second half before Victor Lindelof scored the game-winner.