Manchester star player wheeled out of stadium in serious condition
By tofaashir | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
The manchester united game against Chelsea football club could be regarded as a touching and a sorrowful game as one of their star players is taken out of the stadium with a shock to head. He first collide with Zouma while trying to nod a ball and later on went on to collide with his team mate Maguire.
In what took almost over 7 minutes for him to get a first aid treatment, the stadium was left in a melancholic situation as no one really understood what was going on with him. He was taken out of the stadium and it appears he was uncouncious.Few minutes after he was replaced by Anthony Martial, Zouma went ahead to play his leg instead of a ball, allowing him to land unhealthily on the strong stadium. He was later confirmed fit and returned to play the game.
Just few minutes after, Oliver Giroud converted a smooth cross into the back of the net freely without trouble putting the blues in front. We await what comes up in the second half.
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