So, with this whole quarantine + lockdown situation many countries and cities are facing, having direct impacts on our beloved Football, a Manchester United star is apparently getting the most out of the situation.
We’re talking about Englishman Marcus Rashford, who got seriously injured in the clash against Wolverhampton, back on January 15.
It was a sad situation, as the striker was literally running the English giants at the age of 22, and was absolutely tearing it apart, having scored 19 goals and five assists in 31 games.
He spoke recently to the English press Sky Sports, and had the following to say:
“I feel so much better. I have a scan in a few more days and that should solidify it, but I feel much better compared to two or three weeks ago”
Rashford was said to be out of the remaining season due to a fracture in the back. However, he can still play this season, as it will probably end by June-July.
Much of Rashford’s rehabilitation is being done at home due to the quarantine imposed in the UK due to the coronavirus pandemic. With this whole situation, and, as many of us, sometimes he gets bored at home, and also told Sky Sports that besides working on his rehab, he is spending his time reading some books, and watch tv shows.
The Red Devil star is also making the Manchester community pride. That’s cause he’s been raising some money to donate to Manchester’s foodbank through a campaign in association with the FareShare charity. Apparently, this campaign raised up to 100k pounds so far. The money will be converted into food to be donated to children who used to count on free school meals.
A legend is a legend in and off the pitch, isn’t it what they say? Fair play to Rashford, who is more and more conquering fans all over the world.