Bad for Arsenal: Rob Holding & Aaron Ramsey injury updates after Man United

Bad for Arsenal: Rob Holding & Aaron Ramsey injury updates after Man United

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Man United 2 – Arsenal 2

After beating Tottenham, Arsenal picked up a point away at Man United on Wednesday in the Premier League.

Arsenal have extended their unbeaten run to 20 matches.

The Gunners took the lead through Shkodran Mustafi, however Anthony Martial soon pulled Man United level.

Alexandre Lacazette restored Arsenal’s advantage in the 68th minute, but less than two minutes later Jesse Lingard equalised for Jose Mourinho’s men.

Rob Holding & Aaron Ramsey injury updates

Arsenal lost two players in the match at Old Trafford.

Defender Rob Holding needed a stretcher to leave the pitch in the 36th minute.

Holding fell awkwardly after a coming together with Marcus Rashford.

Marcus Rashford’s challenge on Rob Holding

Holding appeared to indicate that he sustained a knee injury.

Rob Holding clutches his knee vs Manchester United

As for Aaron Ramsey, the Welsh midfielder was subbed out the game at the interval.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan returned to Old Trafford to replace Ramsey.

Ramsey hurt himself when he tried to tackle Nemanja Matic.

It was clear from the TV replays that Ramsey rolled his ankle.

Aaron Ramsey’s ankle injury vs Nemanja Matic

After the match, Unai Emery gave updates on Holding and Ramsey’s injuries.

On Ramsey, the news was brighter. Reportedly he only suffered a “small” problem against Man United.

But Holding is now set to be a long term injury absentee for the Gunners. His knee problem was described as “big”.

Arsenal are back in action on Saturday.

They’ll take on Huddersfield Town at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League.

Also see: Bad news for Liverpool’s Joe Gomez: Stuart Attwell under fire for Burnley performance.

Arsenal & Leicester establish ban precedent for Fellaini pulling Guendouzi’s hair.

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December 6, 2018 at 12:53AM

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