Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Raúl Jiménez has suffered a skull fracture from Sunday’s game against Arsenal. The Mexican has been operated successfully, his club reports on Monday.
Jimenez collided hard with Arsenal defender David Luiz in the first minutes of the game at Emirates Stadium and was treated for a long time before being transported to hospital.
“Under the circumstances, Raúl is doing well after his operation. He has seen his wife Daniela for a while and is now resting. He will remain in hospital for observation for a few days and then begin his recovery,” Wolverhampton Wanderers reported in a statement. statement.
“The club would like to thank Arsenal’s medical staff, ambulance workers, nurses and doctors who have been able to provide a lot of help with their skills and quick response.”
Jiménez is a key player for Wolverhampton, which took him over from Benfica in the summer of 2019. Since then, the striker, who is an 82-time Mexican international, has scored 48 goals on behalf of the club in 110 official games.
Arsenal defender Luiz was left with a head wound from the collision with Jiménez and had to be replaced at half time. Wolverhampton won the match 1-2.
It was immediately clear on Sunday that especially Raúl Jiménez was not doing well. (Photo Pro Shots)
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