Man Utd star Antony ‘left badly shaken’ after £100k BMW motorway crash
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Manchester United’s £86million summer signing Antony was left ‘badly shaken’ following a motorway crash that wrecked his £100k BMW X6. Thankfully, the Brazilian international walked away unscathed from the incident that is understood to have taken place on New Year’s Eve.
Earlier that day, Antony had been part of the Manchester United side that was able to grind out a 1-0 win at Wolves in the Premier League to end 2022 on a high.
However, following his return to the North West, the ex-Ajax man was involved in an unfortunate collision that caused understable distress for the 22-year-old.
According to The Mirror, there were no other individuals involved in the crash on the M56 near Antony’s home in Hale.
The attacker was breathalysed at the scene by police as his condition was assessed while his car was also recovered.
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A few days later, Erik ten Hag made the decision to leave Antony out of his United squad to face Bournemouth.
The Red Devils were able to pick up a 3-0 victory over the Cherries without their summer signing, who would later return to the fold for the FA Cup win over Everton on Friday.
Antony got himself on the scoresheet within the first few minutes after a difficult few days as the Red Devils battled their way to a 3-1 victory over the Toffees.
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