HARRY MAGUIRE has been spotted at Winter Wonderland with a horrible gash across his eyebrow following a head clash playing for Manchester United at the weekend.
The Red Devils captain, 28, suffered the nasty injury during Man Utd’s 1-0 win over Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon.
Maguire was spotted nursing the nasty gash at Winter Wonderland
You could clearly see he was still wearing the effects of the cut
Maguire suffered the cut against Crystal Palace on Sunday
Maguire finished United’s clash with Palace with a bandage around his headCredit: EPA
Maguire went up for a high ball with Eagles forward Odsonne Edouard late on in the game but ended up in a heap on the floor after clashing heads with the Frenchman.
Blood trickled down the face of the England centre-back, though he was deemed OK to finish the match after having a black bandage wrapped around his head.
But the after effects of the injury remain as he was seen with the cut still clearly visible while attending Winter Wonderland with his family.
Maguire wandered around with the gash evidently showing above his eye.
Yet the injury did not prevent him from helping Man Utd to their first home clean sheet of the season against Palace.
Meanwhile, Manchester City legend Vincent Kompany was also spotted at the Christmas extravaganza in Manchester.
Kompany was spotted at Winter Wonderland carrying four portions of chips
The Belgian was snapped carrying a large amount of chips as he enjoyed an evening in the North West.
Maguire and Kompany never faced one another in the Manchester derby as the Englishman arrived in the summer of 2019.
That was just months after Kompany ended his decade-long spell with City which saw him win four Premier League titles and two FA Cups.
Maguire, though, is still yet to win a trophy in the two years since arriving at Old Trafford.
The closest he has come was against Villarreal last season when he watched on from the substitutes bench as United lost the Europa League final on penalties.
But there is a renewed faith that the Red Devils can bring the glory days back to the club following the arrival of highly-regarded German coach Ralf Rangnick.
Next up for United is a home game in the Champions League against Young Boys on Wednesday, although United have already qualified for the knockout stages.
They then travel to Carrow Road to take on Dean Smith’s Norwich in the Premier League on Saturday evening.
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