Kieran Trippier suffers fracturing bone in foot

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Kieran Trippier has been sidelined from Newcastle upcoming game due to an ijury he suffered against Aston Villa.

Newcastle fullback Kieran Trippier has suffers a fracturing bone in his foot and will be sideline for his club upcoming games.

The former Atletico Madrid players goal from free kick gave the Magpies victory against Aston Villa in the Premier League.

Trippier was substituted shortly after half-time, however, and, after the final whistle, Newcastle boss Howe confirmed he had been taken to hospital for an X-ray on his foot.

A subsequent club statement read: “The 31-year-old scored the game’s only goal at St James’ Park to help the Magpies to a third successive Premier League win, but had to be substituted early in the second half after sustaining a foot injury.

“Trippier underwent an X-ray immediately after the game and scans have shown a fracture to the fifth metatarsal bone in his left foot.

“Everyone at the club wishes Kieran a speedy recovery.”

Dan Burn, who made a Newcastle debut in the 1-0 win against Villa confirms that Trippier possesses the quality they don’t have for a long time.

“Tripps is a different level of quality that we probably haven’t had here for a long time,” Burn said.

“He’s won La Liga, he’s a regular England international and he shows it, and the lads feed off him.”

Speaking after Newcastle’s victory, manager Eddie Howe indicated the injury looked like a potentially significant one for the defender.

Howe said: “Trippier got stamped on and he couldn’t continue with a problem on the top of his foot. We’re keeping everything crossed hoping that there’s no broken bone.”

 

Source: Skysports

 

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