Townsend’s season with Everton ends due to cruciate ligament injury

Townsend’s season with Everton ends due to cruciate ligament injury

Everton have confirmed that Andros Townsend has injured his anterior cruciate ligament and will be out until the end of the season. Korean running 9 rounds before the end of the local competition.

Everton club published an official statement on its website and account on Twitter, confirming that the player will undergo surgery next week.

Andros Townsend will miss the rest of the season after sustaining an anterior cruciate ligament injury during Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final match at Crystal Palace, Everton added in his statement.

The statement continued, the Everton winger was forced off in the 16th minute at Selhurst Park and replaced by DeMarie Gray.

The statement continued, the radiology revealed a knee injury to the anterior cruciate ligament, and he will undergo surgery next week before starting his rehabilitation with the Everton medical staff.

And the English club concluded, everyone at Everton wish Andros all the best on his recovery.

Everton occupies 17th place in the English Premier League table with 25 points from winning 7 games, drawing 4 and losing 16 games, and has advanced a step away from the bottom of the Premier League, scoring 29 goals and receiving 47.

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