Man Utd fan’s reaction after club release update on Eriksen’s injury.
It’s official. With an ankle injury sustained in their FA Cup victory over Reading, Christian Eriksen will be sidelined “until April or early May.”
On Saturday night, Erik ten Hag’s team qualified for the competition’s next round. However, Casemiro (two goals) and Fred completed what was a fairly easy victory at Old Trafford.
The victory was marred, though, by a collision between Eriksen and Andy Carroll, who tackled the midfielder at the 57-minute mark.
Fred eventually took Eriksen’s place, and Eriksen left Old Trafford on crutches after the game was over.
“Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen will be out of action for an extended period,” they stated in a statement on their official website. An ankle injury sustained during our Emirates FA Cup victory over Reading on Saturday is the cause.”
“While investigations are ongoing, preliminary estimates show that Eriksen will probably not return until late April or early May.”
“Due to the 30-year-consistency old’s in performances throughout the season, Erik ten Hag and fans will be greatly disappointed by his absence. Since moving to Old Trafford, Eriksen has played in 31 matches.”
“However, there is still a chance that Christian will be able to make it back in time to participate in the campaign’s closing stages.”
“Christian has our best wishes for a quick recovery,” says everyone.
On social media, fans reacted as below.
“Eriksen OUT For 3 Months!” one person yelled. Additionally, this board is inactive. Disgrace,” while someone else wrote: “The fact that Eriksen will be out until April is a complete DISASTER. Ten Hag requires a CM immediately.”
Another person commented: “It is absolutely terrible news that Christian Eriksen will miss the majority of the rest of the season. completely alters the scene.”
A fourth person said: “Eriksen could participate in every phase of our 2-3-5/3-2-5, which makes me very concerned. a key element in our ability to dismantle opponents in games in which we had the advantage. None of the choices truly meet his standards. Re-adaptation of the system is required.”