Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed that his gamble of bringing in Marcus Rashford against Wolverhampton Wanderers failed.
Rashford has had the best season of his career this campaign, scoring 14 league goals and is just three goals shy of top scorer Jamie Vardy.
United were goalless in the second half against Wolves in an FA Cup third-round replay with Solskjaer subbing on Rashford in the 64th minute in pursuit of a goal but was withdrawn 16 minutes later due to an injury.
Speaking in a press conference after the win over Wolves, Solskjaer provided an injury update on Rashford, "Yes it backfired. You got to take them once in a while.
"He'll be tested in the next few days - we have to see for Sunday. He couldn't run. He struggled a little bit with his back and got another knock. It didn't help."
The injury puts Rashford at risk of missing the Premier League clash against Liverpool on Sunday.
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