Rasmus Hojlund put in a good performance as Manchester United beat Luton Town 1-0, although he didn’t get on the scoresheet.
The 22-year-old Danish international is yet to score or assist in his 9 Premier League games so far, although he has already bagged 5 Champions League goals this season.
Rasmus picked up a hamstring injury against Luton Town, and had to be subbed off in the second-half.
Man United boss Erik ten Hag gave scanty update on Hojlund’s injury after the game.
When asked about Rasmus Hojlund’s situation, Erik ten Hag said: “In this moment I can’t say anything about it (injury), I don’t know.
“We did an assessment, we have to wait for 24 hours what the conclusion is. Rasmus has scored five goals in the Champions League. He has confidence and the goals will come.”