Monday, 23 January 2017

Ryan Mason Hospitalised After Head Clash

Hull City's Ryan Mason suffered a nasty head injury and was rushed to hospital during Sunday's Premier League match at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea won 2-0 with goals from returning Diego Costa and Gary Cahill to leave the visitors in the drop zone, but there will also be concerns for Marco Silva's team regarding their midfielder.

The 25years old former Tottenham player and Cahill collided in Hull's box after 14 minutes with both medical teams called to the scene as referee Neil Swarbrick stopped play. Chelsea's centre-half swiftly returned to his feet and readied himself to play again, while Mason received treatment for around six minutes before departing on a stretcher receiving oxygen. David Meyler replaced him.
The injury led to nine minutes added time at the end of the first half, with Costa giving the Blues the lead with 90 seconds remaining. Mason was taken by ambulance to St Mary's hospital for further assessment.
Hull boss Marco Silva said “Ryan Mason at this moment is staying in the hospital. I don't know more news about this. I hope nothing special, nothing serious, but at this moment the player stays in hospital. The doctor stayed with the player in hospital. I wait for news.”

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