'NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT'
The starlet missed an open training session with a knock, but fears he could miss the tournament have been allayed
Marcus Rashford insists there is “nothing to worry about” despite missing England training.
The Manchester United forward was absent from an open training session Russia with the England squad ahead of their World Cup opener next week.
That raised fears the 20-year-old could be forced to miss some or all of the opening group games with an injury.
But Rashford insists he will available for Mondays Group G meeting with Tunisia.
“Thanks for the messages Ive been getting,” he Tweeted to his 1.13 million followers.
“Picked up a slight niggle but nothing to worry about.”
Thanks for the messages I've been getting. Picked up a slight niggle but nothing to worry about #ThreeLions
— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) June 13, 2018
The starlet lit up the Three Lions last game against Costa Rica by scoring an absolute belter and looking to take players on at any possible opportunity.
England begin their World Cup campaign in Volgograd on June 18.
Following that, they face Panama on June 24 before a potential top-of-the-table clash with Belgium on June 24.
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