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All you need to know about Ryan mason’s injury

The moment of the clash.
The moment of the clash.

When did this happen?

Hull City player Ryan Mason suffered a serious injury in Sunday’s late game against Chelsea. Chelsea’s win was left gloomy after the player had to be rushed to the hospital for an emergency surgery. The ref gave an extra time of nine minutes.

How did it happen?

During the game, Gary Cahill and Ryan Mason both went for the ball in the air. It was a cross by Pedro which both the players tried to get their head on. Both their heads collided and that left Mason’s skull fractured. The player also suffered from internal bleeding.

“We smashed heads, there was a massive impact and I know he went off,” – Gary Cahill

Reaction on the field: 

Players realised at once that it was serious. Cahill and Mason both lay down on the turf clearly affected by the clash. The referee called for the medics while the nearby players rushed to comfort Ryan. He was treated for around eight minutes on the pitch and given oxygen before they decided to take him off. Devid Meyler was then brought on for him.  The player was taken to the St. Mary’s hospital which is one of London’s best trauma care centres.

 

The players received treatment on the field.
The players received treatment on the field.

The Chelsea camp was also worried about Cahill’s state but allowed him to continue. He also went on to score the second goal for the club. Antonio Conte was reluctant to let him play the second half but Cahill assured that he would be fine.

“After the first half, it wasn’t really good with Gary, but we decided to continue with him. It was very bad, this accident. Everyone at Chelsea hopes to see (Mason) recovered and on the pitch very soon.” – Chelsea manager Antonio Conte

Latest update: 

“Ryan is in a stable condition and expected to remain in hospital for the next few days,” said a Hull statement. There have been messages pouring from all across the football world.

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The moment of the clash.
The moment of the clash.

When did this happen?

Hull City player Ryan Mason suffered a serious injury in Sunday’s late game against Chelsea. Chelsea’s win was left gloomy after the player had to be rushed to the hospital for an emergency surgery. The ref gave an extra time of nine minutes.

How did it happen?

During the game, Gary Cahill and Ryan Mason both went for the ball in the air. It was a cross by Pedro which both the players tried to get their head on. Both their heads collided and that left Mason’s skull fractured. The player also suffered from internal bleeding.

“We smashed heads, there was a massive impact and I know he went off,” – Gary Cahill

Reaction on the field: 

Players realised at once that it was serious. Cahill and Mason both lay down on the turf clearly affected by the clash. The referee called for the medics while the nearby players rushed to comfort Ryan. He was treated for around eight minutes on the pitch and given oxygen before they decided to take him off. Devid Meyler was then brought on for him.  The player was taken to the St. Mary’s hospital which is one of London’s best trauma care centres.

 

The players received treatment on the field.
The players received treatment on the field.

The Chelsea camp was also worried about Cahill’s state but allowed him to continue. He also went on to score the second goal for the club. Antonio Conte was reluctant to let him play the second half but Cahill assured that he would be fine.

“After the first half, it wasn’t really good with Gary, but we decided to continue with him. It was very bad, this accident. Everyone at Chelsea hopes to see (Mason) recovered and on the pitch very soon.” – Chelsea manager Antonio Conte

Latest update: 

“Ryan is in a stable condition and expected to remain in hospital for the next few days,” said a Hull statement. There have been messages pouring from all across the football world.

 

 

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The moment of the clash.
The moment of the clash.

When did this happen?

Hull City player Ryan Mason suffered a serious injury in Sunday’s late game against Chelsea. Chelsea’s win was left gloomy after the player had to be rushed to the hospital for an emergency surgery. The ref gave an extra time of nine minutes.

How did it happen?

During the game, Gary Cahill and Ryan Mason both went for the ball in the air. It was a cross by Pedro which both the players tried to get their head on. Both their heads collided and that left Mason’s skull fractured. The player also suffered from internal bleeding.

“We smashed heads, there was a massive impact and I know he went off,” – Gary Cahill

Reaction on the field: 

Players realised at once that it was serious. Cahill and Mason both lay down on the turf clearly affected by the clash. The referee called for the medics while the nearby players rushed to comfort Ryan. He was treated for around eight minutes on the pitch and given oxygen before they decided to take him off. Devid Meyler was then brought on for him.  The player was taken to the St. Mary’s hospital which is one of London’s best trauma care centres.

 

The players received treatment on the field.
The players received treatment on the field.

The Chelsea camp was also worried about Cahill’s state but allowed him to continue. He also went on to score the second goal for the club. Antonio Conte was reluctant to let him play the second half but Cahill assured that he would be fine.

“After the first half, it wasn’t really good with Gary, but we decided to continue with him. It was very bad, this accident. Everyone at Chelsea hopes to see (Mason) recovered and on the pitch very soon.” – Chelsea manager Antonio Conte

Latest update: 

“Ryan is in a stable condition and expected to remain in hospital for the next few days,” said a Hull statement. There have been messages pouring from all across the football world.

 

 

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