Anthony Martial of Manchester United will miss Saturday's FA Cup final against Manchester City because of a hamstring injury. The French international injured himself on Sunday during Old Trafford's 2-1 win over Fulham. The 27-year-old encountered a solid injury, as indicated by tests, the club said on Tuesday.
With their victory on Saturday, United would complete a domestic double after winning the League Cup in February. City, the Premier League champion, would also play in the Champions League final the following month, so a victory would prevent their local rivals from matching Sir Alex Ferguson's 1999 Triple Crown feat. In 21 Chief Association games this season, Military scored six objectives and gave two aids a season defaced by wounds.
United was also concerned about the health of winger Antony because he was carried out on a stretcher while crying during the 4-1 victory over Chelsea. Manager Erik ten Hag stated on Sunday that the Brazilian player, who is 23 years old, will "probably" recover from his ankle injury in time for Saturday's final match.
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