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Manchester United star Antony ‘crashed his £100,000 BMW on a motorway on New Year’s Eve’ – Daily Mail

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Manchester United’s £82m star Antony ‘crashed his £100,000 BMW on the M56 on New Year’s Eve’… with Brazilian ‘shook up’ after an ‘error of judgement’ in tricky wet conditionsMan United star Antony was reportedly involved in a motorway crash last weekThe incident occurred after their 1-0 win against Wolves on New Year’s Eve The winger was omitted from their 3-0 win against Bournemouth on TuesdayReports say he was ‘shaken up’ but thankfully ‘no one was injured’ in the crashBy Ed Carruthers For Mailonline Published: 18:13 EST, 8 January 2023 | Updated: 19:41 EST, 8 January 2023 Manchester United forward Antony was left shaken up after he crashed his £100,000 BMW on a motorway on New Year’s Eve after Man United’s 1-0 win against Wolves, according to reports. The Sun claim the 22-year-old crashed his BMW X6 into roadworks on the M56 near his home in Hale, Greater Manchester, while driving in ‘wet’ conditions. Police were called to the scene where the £80m winger ‘passed a breathalyser test’ before his car was recovered, with the newspaper stating that ‘no one else was involved in the incident.’  Manchester United’s Antony was reportedly involved in a motorway crash on New Year’s Eve He reportedly crashed his £100,000 BMW (above) – this picture was taken on a different date A source from The Sun said: ‘It was dark and wet and he made an error of judgement. ‘He was shook up but thankfully no one else was involved and he wasn’t injured.’Antony, who arrived at Old Trafford earlier this summer, was omitted from Man United’s 3-0 win against Bournemouth on Tuesday, but came back into the fold on Friday, to score the opening goal in the Red Devils’ 3-1 win against Everton.  The forward crashed his ‘£100,000’ BMW X6 and was left ‘shook up’ by the incident He was omitted from Eric ten Hag’s squad to play against Bournemouth on Tuesday The forward was also, according to The Sun, seen driving a Lamborghini Aventador in the days leading up to the game against the Toffees. Speaking after the match, the Brazilian, who has scored four times in 15 appearances in a red shirt, revealed he had to deal with a ‘really difficult moment’ and claimed he ‘had a shock.’He said: ‘I’m very grateful to God to put that behind me now, grateful to the club, to the players and to the manager. Everyone stayed by my side.’It was a really, really difficult moment for me days ago. But God has been always on my side and I’m grateful also to my family. I dedicate this goal to them, it’s in moments like these that you know who really loves you.’  However he returned to the team on Friday to score in United’s 3-1 FA Cup win vs Everton After the game he revealed he had ‘had a shock’ and had to deal with a ‘really difficult moment’ The former Ajax forward, who struck in the fourth minute of that match with a sliding tap-in, also spoke of his elation of how happy he was to score for the Red Devils.  ‘First of all, it’s a feeling of joy,’ he told TNT Sports after the game. ‘I’m happy to score again, especially at home.’I’ve set some goals for me this season and it’s good to score as soon as I’ve started to think of personal goals. But, of course, the most important is United’s qualification to the next stage.’This is my mind-frame now. I’m 100 per cent focused on honouring the fans and the club. We all know the size of this club and we want to put United back to where it deserves.’

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