Despite worries that an injury would keep him out of action, Marcus Rashford was beaming at England’s training.
With 61 minutes played in Friday’s 2-0 victory over Malta, the Manchester United player was replaced by Cole Palmer.
Prior to the match against North Macedonia, Marcus Rashford trained.
Tomorrow is England’s final qualifying match.
Man United is greatly boosted by the news.
Rashford left the match against Malta hurt.
Harry Maguire warmed up before the match against North Macedonia.
Group C’s leaders are the Three Lions.
Just moments before, Rashford had clashed with Trent Alexander-Arnold and appeared to be in discomfort as he hobbled off the field.
In an attempt to allay concerns about injuries, manager Gareth Southgate stated, “I think he is probably okay.”
We simply believed that Cole may enter the game given the nature of the incident.
“I haven’t evaluated him too much, but when he came off, I believe he was okay.”
And the team warmed up at Tottenham’s training field ahead of England’s last Euro 2024 qualifying match against North Macedonia tomorrow.
Rashford participated in the entire workout and seemed well.
Southgate is relieved to hear the news after witnessing the departures of Jude Bellingham, Levi Colwill, James Maddison, Lewis Dunk, and Callum Wilson in the past.
Moreover, Kieran Trippier withdrew after the triumph in Malta for personal reasons.
England has already confirmed their place in the Euros and will finish first in their group.
Rashford’s return to fitness is obviously a huge bonus for Manchester United, especially considering that Erik ten Hag has already had to deal with a lot of injuries this season.
Following a groin injury, Andre Onana is no longer with the Cameroon team.
Rasmus Hojlund and Christian Eriksen of Denmark withdrew from the national team before the international break started because of fitness issues.
Injury prevented Casemiro, Lisandro Martinez, Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, Jonny Evans, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Amad Diallo from playing for United against Luton in their most recent matchup.