Manchester United will have to wait a little longer to learn the extent of David de Gea's injury after he was substituted at half-time against Southampton.
The Spanish international seemed to have picked an injury as he dealt with Ward-Prowse's freekick in the 33rd minute of their 3-2 win at St. Mary's and was replaced by Dean Henderson.
De Gea is now a doubt for the Champions League match against PSG in midweek, even though Henderson can comfortably step in.
Speaking after the match, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had this to say;
“A knock just above the knee, so hopefully he’ll be okay for Wednesday, but we don’t know,” Ole told MUTV's Stewart Gardner, following our dramatic 3-2 win.
“Let’s have a little scan or check tomorrow [Monday], but Dean came on and looked very assured.”
De Gea was not the only one to limp off at the St. Mary's as Alex Telles was replaced by Brandon William late on.
Solskjaer will have more decisions to make in the coming days, with Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba, and Scott McTominay all missing the clash as well.
Illness ruled out Martial, while the two midfielders could not shake off injuries in time for the match.