United’s £85 million summer marking got away from safe after he crushed his BMW X6 into roadworks on the M56, only hours after he played in United’s 1-0 win over Wolves at Molineaux.
The 22-year-old was like this, avoided about the crew for United’s 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Tuesday; however, they returned for the 3-1 win over Everton in the FA Cup on Friday.
Talking after the game, Antony didn’t expand on the mishap yet depicted the crash as a ‘shock’.
‘As a matter of some importance, it’s a sensation of delight, and I’m glad to score once more, particularly at home. I’ve defined a few objectives for myself this season, and it’s great to score when I’ve begun to consider individual objectives. The most significant is United’s capability,’ Antony told dynamite Sports after United’s success over Everton.
‘I likewise feel better as I had a shock over the most recent couple of days, yet I don’t want to remark on what occurred. It was an individual matter, truly hard, yet I’m highly thankful to God for putting this behind me now.
‘Thankful to the club, the players, the supervisor, and everybody that remained close by. It’s in the past; I’m glad to score and desire to continue to go falsehood since this is a year of a ton of accomplishments and wins.
‘This is my psyche outline presently; I’m 100 per cent centred around the fans and the club. We, as a whole, know the size of this club we need to put United back where it merits.
‘It was an incredibly troublesome second for me. In any case, God has forever been close by, and I’m thankful likewise to my family. I commit this objective to them, and in minutes like these, you realize who truly cherishes you.’
A source told The Sun: ‘It was dull and wet, and he made a mistake of judgment.
‘He was stirred up; fortunately, no other person was involved, and he wasn’t harmed.’