Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford will not be available for the UEFA Europa League quarter-final match against Sevilla on Thursday due to a muscle injury.
Rashford was taken off in the 80th minute during United’s 2-0 Premier League win against Everton last Saturday and is expected to miss several games. However, he is expected to return for the final stages of the season.
Rashford’s absence will be a blow for United as he has been in great form this season, scoring 28 goals in all competitions.
United manager Erik ten Hag expressed confidence in other players to fill in while Rashford is out.
United have been boosted by the recent return to fitness of Anthony Martial, who scored the second goal on Saturday against Everton.
Wout Weghorst is another versatile attacking option and Ten Hag has highlighted the range of other goalscoring threats available from wide positions and midfield, including Scott McTominay, who scored the first goal against Everton.
“I think we have players like Bruno, like Jadon Sancho, like Anthony Martial, like Scott McTominay, like Antony,” Ten Hag said.
“We have enough players with the capabilities to score goals, definitely.”