Antonio Valencia Injury

September 14, 2010 by staff 

Antonio Valencia Injury, Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia suffered a broken leg in a terrible challenge on Kirk Broadfoot in the Champions League clash with Rangers on Tuesday night.

Around the hour mark, Rangers defender Broadfoot slipped in Valencia, winning the ball cleanly in the process, with Ecuador’s left ankle, which appears to be trapped between the grass and the body of the man from Scotland as each They slid along the surface, resulting in the injury.

Valencia was visibly distressed and required oxygen as he was taken with care outside the court and through the tunnel. An ambulance was on stand-by at Old Trafford, to transport the former Wigan Athletic man directly to the hospital.

The 25-year-old has had to bide its time so far this term, even after an excellent performance in the victory over Chelsea Community Shield, in large part because of dramatically Portugal star Nani.

The injury, which has not yet been diagnosed, but similar cases have been ruled out players for several months, come as a blow to boss Sir Alex Ferguson, with the end enjoy a fantastic first season at Old Trafford last season as United finished second in the Premier League.

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