Donny van de Beek was forced off early in Manchester United’s win over Bournemouth following a horror collision.
Van de Beek’s horror injury was something NSFW if you have faint heart as the Man United man collided with Senesi from Bournemouth game.
It happened at the 41th of the game when the home team was leading by a goal from Casemiro (23′), Senesi slipped as he went in for a slide tackle, where he made full contact with the ex-Ajax star.
After the collision, Van de Beek immediately hit the deck as he yelled in agony, with replays showing the 25-year-old’s right leg bending backwards.
He was able to walk to the sidelines, but United medics deemed him as not fit enough to continue.
Tears could be seen as Van de Beek limped off the pitch towards the tunnel as he was replaced by Alejandro Garnacho.
Meanwhile Ten Hag said after the match that the injury was ‘not looking good’ and the club would have to wait 24 hours to assess the severity of it.
United went into the break at the Theatre of Dreams leading 1-0 thanks to Casemiro’s volley.
Man United went on to win 3-0 at home
The Brazilian raced onto Christian Eriksen’s free-kick to guide his effort into the top left corner from close range.
Luke Shaw added a second for United as he rounded off a lovely free-flowing move and Marcus Rashford then sealed the 3-0 victory in the 86th minute.
The win leaves Erik ten Hag’s side in fourth spot – behind Newcastle in third only on goal difference.