West Ham’s Manuel Lanzini to be out for two months – Guardian

West Ham’s Manuel Lanzini to be out for two months – Guardian

West Ham continue to struggle

West Ham’s torrid start to the 2019/20 campaign continued on Saturday vs Burnley.

The Hammers were comprehensively beaten 3-0 at Turf Moor with West Ham’s defence looking pretty incompetent.

With Lukasz Fabianski still sidelined, Roberto was once again between the sticks for West Ham and was once again fairly poor.

The Spaniard should have done a lot better with Burnley’s second and third goals of the day.

Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood and an own goal from the aforementioned Roberto gave the Clarets a resounding 3-0 victory.

Burnley’s win over Manuel Pellegrini’s side saw them move up to 10th in the PL.

As for West Ham, they began Sunday 16th in the league, five points adrift of the relegation zone.

Highlights: Burnley 3-West Ham 0

ROMFORD, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 31: Manuel Pellegrini of West Ham United looks on during his Press Conference after Training at Rush Green on October 31, 2019 in Romford, England. (Photo by Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

Lanzini injured

To add to West Ham’s woes, they look set to be without one of their key men for some time.

Manuel Lanzini has featured in 11 of West Ham’s 12 Premier League ties so far this term, including a 34-minute sub appearance vs Burnley, in which he took a nasty knock.

Lanzini would be stretchered off vs Burnley after receiving oxygen.

Now, according to The Guardian, Lanzini is set to be out for two months after suffering a fractured collarbone on Saturday.

The report from The Guardian also claimed that Lanzini will undergo surgery on Monday.

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November 10, 2019 at 07:27AM

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