Mesut Ozil suffered a huge injury setback this week…
It was announced today that Arsenal’s German midfielder Mesut Ozil is unlikely to play again until early next year, after suffering a partial knee ligament tear against Chelsea.
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While the news will come as a blow to the Gunners, the World Cup winner would surely count himself lucky if he took a read through the ten worst injuries in Premier League history:
10) Petr Cech (Chelsea)
Cech ran out to collect a loose ball in the first 20 seconds of the match, but was challenged by Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt who was also after the ball. The two collided, and Hunt’s knee crashed against Petr’s head. The keeper was left dazed for quite some time before being hauled off on a stretcher. Carlo Cudicini was subbed in to replace him, but he too ended up being knocked unconscious.