Cardiff Metropolis have this afternoon confirmed the extent of the harm suffered by defender Sol Bamba through the Welsh outfit’s conflict with Wolves on the weekend.
Wolves 2-Zero Cardiff
Neil Warnock’s males travelled to Molineux for a Premier League matchup on Saturday afternoon.
Cardiff headed into proceedings determined for a bounce-back efficiency, on the again of complete dwelling defeats to Everton and Watford over the weeks prior.
Nevertheless, when all was mentioned and finished at Molineux, the struggles of the Bluebirds continued, as Wolves cruised to a 2-Zero win.
Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez bagged the objectives in a thoroughly-dominant show from the house aspect.
In reality, if it weren’t for the heroics of Cardiff shot-stopper Neil Etheridge, then the scoreline might simply have taken an embarrassing flip for the guests.
Among the best saves you’ll ever see. Take a bow, Neil Etheridge.#OptusSport #PremierLeague #CARBOU pic.twitter.com/CwwD2TKiO5
— Optus Sport (@OptusSport) February 2, 2019
And, as if a dismal exhibiting and deserved defeat weren’t sufficient to dampen the spirits of all related to Cardiff on Saturday afternoon, the Welsh aspect had been additionally hit with a worrying blow on the injury-front.
The participant to have picked up the issue was defender Sol Bamba, after a problem between the Ivorian and Adama Traore on the stroke of the interval ultimately resulted within the Bluebirds’ star being stretchered off.
Fears instantly unfold that Bamba’s harm could lead to a prolonged spell on the sidelines, with Cardiff boss Neil Warnock having confirmed as a lot this afternoon.
The 34-year-old powerhouse suffered a ruptured ACL at Molineux, with Bamba, who has appeared in all however one among his aspect’s Premier League outings this season, set to sit down out the rest of Cardiff’s marketing campaign:
Neil Warnock: “Scans have proven that Sol has ruptured his ACL; he could have an operation on Wednesday and due to this fact miss the remainder of the season.”
We’re all with you, @Sol14Bamba!#CityAsOne
— Cardiff Metropolis FC (@CardiffCityFC) March 5, 2019
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