Ogbonna results show long knee ligament tear

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West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna suffered a serious knee injury in Sunday’s 3-2 win over Liverpool.

Ogbonna was substituted for the opening 22 minutes of the game at the London Stadium due to an eye injury. But later told the doctor that he didn’t feel well in his knee. Therefore had to be examine on Monday. The latest tests show that Ogbonna has a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) problem. Which will require him to be out for several months. After this, the 33-year-old defender will undergo another medical visit to assess treatment options and recovery time.

Ogbonna has been a key centre-back for David Moyes this season, starting 10 games in the Premier League, but the Hammers have other options including Craig Dawson and Issa Diop. Ready to pair with Kurt Zouma The victory over Liverpool became their fourth win in a row. Sending West Ham into third in the Premier League with seven wins, two draws and two losses in the first 11 games of the season. While the Carabao Cup. went through both Manchester United and Manchester City, paved their way into the quarter-finals, meeting Tottenham Hotspur and in the Europa League, leading the group There is a high chance of getting into the knockout rounds.