MANCHESTER UNITED defender Phil Jones showed off his battle scars as he arrived Carrington on Sunday morning.
The centre-back suffered a gruesome head injury after a collision with Declan Rice in the 2-1 victory over West Ham and needed stitches.
Zenpix2 Phil Jones showed off stitches as he arrived at Man Utd's training ground
PA:Press Association2 Jones suffered a gruesome head injury after a collision with West Ham's Declan Rice
Knowing that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are entering a hectic end to the season, Jones literally left it all out on the pitch on Saturday night.
Blood was pouring down his face after he suffered a nasty head injury from Rice's blow, which landed just above his eyebrow.
After the ball was put out for a throw-in, physios rushed to offer treatment to the defender.
Jones was able to complete the game, but had to don a head bandage until the final whistle.
And on Sunday he showed off a Frankenstein-like mark on his forehead while arriving at United's training ground.
United snatched the three points after Paul Pogba scored a double from the spot at Old Trafford.
Felipe Anderson equalised for West Ham in the second half, but the Frenchman's late penalty salvaged a crunch win for Solskjaer's side.
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United leapfrogged Arsenal into fifth and are now two points behind the top four – although the Gunners have a game in hand.
The Red Devils are now travelling to Spain to face Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday.
Barca have a one-goal advantage over the Old Trafford outfit after Luis Suarez found the back of the net, heading the ball home off Luke Shaw's arm.