Manchester United, who was doing well, sighed due to Eriksen ankle injury… “Climbing on crutches.”
Manchester United sighed despite the victory. Christian Eriksen (31, Manchester United) left the stadium on crutches.
Manchester United beat Reading 3-1 in the round of 32 of the 2022-2023 FA Cup held in Old Trafford, Manchester, England on the 28th.
Casemiro changed the frustrating flow by scoring consecutive goals in the 9th minute and 13th minute of the second half, and Fred scored a decisive goal in the 21st minute of the second half. As a result, Manchester United continued its upward trend by winning 11 consecutive home games.
The problem is that Eriksen, the “core of the midfield,” left due to injury. He collapsed in the eighth minute when he was tackled by opposing striker Andy Carroll. It was a dangerous two-footed tackle that completely wrapped Eriksen’s left foot.
Eriksen sat down in pain and eventually left the stadium as a substitute. Carroll was not warned by the tackle, but was subsequently sent off for accumulated warnings for a series of wild fouls against Tyrrell Malacia and Casemiro.
Eriksen’s physical condition, which was detected after the game, did not look good. According to a video released by a fan, he left work limping with protective boots on crutches. It is highly likely that it is not a simple injury.
If Eriksen is out of power, Manchester United’s midfield will be hit hard. Manchester United will play the second leg of the League Cup semifinals against Nottingham Forest three days later. On the 17th of next month, Barcelona and the UEFA Europa League round of 16 playoffs will also be held.
Britain’s Daily Mail also said, “Ericsen’s impressive performance was crucial to Manchester United’s success this season. The sight of him on crutches will worry Manchester United fans, he said. “Manchester United has no suitable playmaker to replace him.” 파워볼사이트
Meanwhile, head coach Eric Ten Hach said at a press conference after the game, “It’s always difficult to say right after the end of the game, but it’s an ankle injury,” adding, “We have to wait and see what diagnosis will be made.” It will take at least 24 hours.