Manchester United players have burned themselves cooking and suffered dog bites during the coronavirus lockdown, according to the club doctor.
Red Devil players are training at home following the suspension of football because of the coronavirus pandemic.
And according to ESPN, United doctor Steve McNally has said that although the unexpected break has given Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad time to rest, it has also prompted a rise of unusual injuries.
“Fortunately, most of the boys have been well and there's been no real issues at all,” McNally said on the club's official app.
“We're not getting injuries fortunately, although there's been a few unusual complaints because of things like trying their hand at cooking, or being bitten by the dog, that type of thing.
“The nutritionist got the boys on an Instagram page looking at cooking lessons, so a lot of them have started to develop a new skill — and get injured in the process, one or two.”
Despite being away from their Carrington training base, Solskjaer's staff have been monitoring everything from the players' fitness and their weight and nutrition.
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