Marouane Fellaini limped off inside the opening half hour of Belgium’s World Cup qualifier in Bosnia and Herzegovina this evening.
Belgium have already qualified for next summer’s tournament in Russia ahead of their final two games this week.
Roberto Martinez’s side were leading 1-0 at the time when Fellaini appeared to suffer a left knee injury and was replaced on 29 minutes by Leander Dendoncker in the Red Devils’ midfield.
Within two minutes of the Manchester United midfielder being injured, the hosts had equalised. Bosnia and Herzgovina lead 2-1 at half-time in a game that the hosts need to win in their race for the playoffs.
Marouane Fellaini has played 421 minutes in all competitions for Manchester United this season and we have not conceded a single goal whilst on the pitch.
United striker Romelu Lukaku is being rested by manager Roberto Martinez after joining up with the Belgium national team with a knock this week. Chelsea’s Michy Batshuayi started the game up front.
There is no update yet on the severity of Fellaini’s injury just yet but we will bring you the news as soon as we get it.