A state of anxiety prevailed among the Algerian fans, on Monday, after international player Rayan Ait Nouri was injured in his club’s match, Wolverhampton, against Fulham, for the thirteenth week of the English Premier League.
The Greens’ left-back left the Craven Cottage stadium, the home of the London club Fulham, during the nineteenth minute of the first half after spraining his left ankle.
Coach Gary O’Neill replaced the Algerian with his Irish colleague Matt Doherty.
Wolverhampton was unsuccessful in this confrontation, losing in the end 3-2.
The moment Rayan Ait Nouri was injured 😔 pic.twitter.com/4RkuYUKUL3
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How serious is Ait Nouri’s injury?
Professional soccer players are periodically damaged by tackles, most of which involve their shins.
Ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries in the world of football, because the player concentrates when trying to control his balance and movement towards the ball on the foot.
Which often exposes him to harsh interventions from the opponent when the latter wants to seize the ball, which may intentionally or unintentionally cause him harm.
The degree of severity of this injury varies depending on the damage to the ligaments that help connect the ankle bones together.
It is expected that the Wolverhampton team’s medical staff will announce the seriousness of Ait Nouri’s injury after conducting the necessary medical examinations, as the duration of his absence is likely to range from 3 to six weeks at the latest.
The Desert Warrior tried to return to the Craven Cottage field after being injured in the 12th minute of the Fulham match, but he was unable to continue and left seven minutes later.
The hypothesis that the player suffered a fracture at the ankle level can be ruled out after he was able to stand again and return to the match, which means excluding the possibility of his absence for a long period.
He maintains his hopes of attending the upcoming African Cup of Nations finals in Ivory Coast, especially since the first test awaiting the Greens in this competition will be on January 15, 2024, against Angola.
🚨- Rayyan Ait Nouri was injured a while ago:
The Wolverhampton player was injured and went out in the 19th minute 🚑
🎥-From the method of injury:
Left ankle twisted inward
⏳- Duration of absence:
First degree: 1-3 weeks
Second degree: 3-6 weeks pic.twitter.com/V2AV4t7GkV
– Injury | Injury (@iesabah) November 27, 2023
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