Arsenal suffered yet another injury blow when goalkeeper Bernd Leno had to be carried off on a stretcher with what looked like a serious leg injury during the first half of Saturday's Premier League clash with Brighton, with the German appearing to blame Brighton striker Neal Maupay for the incident.
The 28-year-old screamed in agony when his leg buckled underneath him after claiming a high ball on the edge of the penalty area.
His concerned team-mates quickly became aware of the seriousness of the injury and immediately called for the medical team to come onto the pitch.
After receiving extensive treatment, Leno was carried off the pitch on a stretcher but not before remonstrating with Maupay, who was in close proximity to the German as he competed for the high ball.
More to follow.