Aaron Ramsey took a knock during Wales’ Euro 2016 qualifier with Andorra…
Aaron Ramsey limped out of Wales’ Euro 2016 qualifier against Andorra on Tuesday evening, to give Arsenal a huge injury scare ahead of their crucial Premier League clash with Manchester City.
Ramsey was substituted in the fourth minute of added time during his side’s 2-1 win, and is now a doubt for the Gunners next match, which takes place on Saturday lunchtime.
Reports in the Daily Mail suggest that the midfielder appeared to sustain an ankle knock while battling for the ball with an opposing defender.
According to the source, the Gunners star was seen moments later sitting on the Wales bench, with a team physio applying an ice pack to the 23-year-old’s foot.
Wales manager Chris Coleman refused to be drawn on any possible injury Ramsey had picked up, using his post-match interview to talk about the 3G pitch which Wales badly struggled on, as two Gareth Bale goals prevented an almighty upset in the Group B opener.
The home side opened the scoring within the first five minutes, netting their first competitive goal in four years from the penalty spot, before the world’s most expensive player hauled his team back into the match.