Wayne Rooney expressed his disappointment on Daniel Welbeck’s injury – English Premier League

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Wayne Rooney expressed his disappointment on Daniel Welbeck’s injury – English Premier League has revealed his disappointment surrounding Daniel Welbeck’s hamstring injury in his recent interview to the media after Manchester United’s 8-2 win over Arsenal at Old Trafford. The Englishman who is now set to take
the field with the English national team in the international break started Manchester United’s English Premier League match against Arsenal in tandem with Welbeck as the home team’s offensive force. Welbeck looked sharp early on in the match and that
excellent start earned him a goal as well but then the youthful striker became bogged down with a hamstring injury and was eventually replaced by Javier Hernandez.
Sir Ferguson said after the match that Welbeck’s hamstring was already tight in the lead up to the match but United took a chance on his fitness. United’s young striker was on loan to Sunderland last season where he impressed
under the guidance of Steve Bruce. He was recalled from loan after the 2010-2011 season came to an end and now he has established himself as one of the crowd favourites at Old Trafford after an impressive start to his Manchester United career. Welbeck has
started all three of United’s Premier League games thus far.
He opened his goal scoring account against Tottenham in United’s second league match of the season, an encounter in which he setup Anderson’s goal as well. After scoring against Arsenal, Welbeck has taken his goal tally up to two
goals in three matches for the current season but he isn’t finished yet. Ferguson confirmed in his post-match notes that Welbeck will be out for a month or so due to the nature of his hamstring injury therefore he will be unable to feature for United in their
next league encounter against Bolton.
Rooney who has developed a fantastic understanding with Welbeck spoke about the young striker’s injury situation as he said, "It's a shame. He's been playing really well and got another goal. I'm sure he would have been in the squad so it's a big shame. Hopefully he gets back soon enough. When he does, he will score goals. He is going to be a very important player for us this season."
Ashley Young also added his vote of sympathy as he said, "Obviously it's sad to see one of your team-mates go off and hopefully he'll have a speedy recovery.” Rooney also revealed that he and Young along with Nani had been working
on free kicks during Manchester United’s training sessions. He stated, “"It's something we've been working on me, Young and in training for the last few weeks”
Rooney scored two goals off two free kicks against in United’s 8-2 win over the Gunners and Young also netted two goals and three assists in an absolute display of strength by United against the London club.



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