Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba were both at their dazzling best for Manchester United in the 3-0 win over Brighton on Tuesday.
Fernandes scored twice, while Pogba claimed an assist in what was one of the best team performances of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's reign as manager.
However, the Red Devils may have been dealt a humungous blow for their game at home against Bournemouth tomorrow.
That's because it is being reported that both Fernandes and Pogba could miss the match due to injury after a training ground clash.
They both now face a race against time to be match fit for the game against the Cherries in less than 24 hours time.
It's said the Portuguese came off worse, with both men requiring treatment. United have refused to comment on the situation.
With games coming thick and fast for the Red Devils, potential injury lay-offs for their two key men in midfield could not have come at a worse time.
GIVEMESPORT'S Danny Ryan says...
Just when United fans thought it was all going their way after the Premier League's restart, eh?
While the Red Devils will likely see off Bournemouth at Old Trafford tomorrow regardless of Pogba and Fernandes' involvement, it's the games after that will spark the most worry.
Were both stars out for a prolonged period of time, they could miss United's final two games of the Premier League season at home to West Ham and away at Leicester.
Those fixtures could prove pivotal in the race for Champions League football and it's hard to see Solskjaer's side winning both without their two midfield magicians fit and firing.
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