Danny Welbeck Suffers A Truly Horrific Ankle Injury In Europa League

09 November, 2018, 15:15 | Author: Suzanne Horton
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"After that they were concentrated on the game but asked about him at the end".

Emery will be hoping to make it 15 unbeaten when Sporting CP visit the Emirates Stadium on Thursday in the Europa League.

"He was working well and he was having a good match". Matteo Guendouzi slots into midfield with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Aaron Ramsey, while Danny Welbeck is up top.

He has scored five goals in six Bundesliga appearances and impressed in two appearances in the Champions League.

Numerous fans had differing reactions to how the game went on social media, with some just pleased that they have qualified for the latter stages, whilst others were disappointed with the performances from some of their players.


However, the former Manchester United striker - dubbed by the Portuguese sportspages the "Welbeck Express" such was his all-round powerful display in Lisbon 14 days previously - suffered what looked to be a serious injury in the 25th minute.

Stephan Lichtsteiner played the ball into the 27-year-old in a crowded box.

Welbeck sustained the injury when landing heavily on his ankle after challenging for a header in the 30th minute.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sent on to replace his stricken teammate, who has historically struggled with injury problems.

In a competition that Unai Emery loves, the Spaniard could only guide his Arsenal side to a home draw (1-1) against Sporting, their second draw in a row after Liverpool in the Premier League last time out.

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