A Charlton Fan Accidentally Injures Krystian Bielik With Slide Tackle In Goal Celebrations
Charlton's Krystian Bielik probably didn't expect to be injured by one of his own supporters today but that's the level of scenes a 93rd minute winner can conjure up.
At home to Accrington Stanley in League One, the Addicks bagged a stoppage time winner when Karlan Grant showed no nerves from the spot.
Some home supporters couldn't contain their emotions and ended up on the pitch with the team as they celebrated the last-gasp penalty.
But unfortunately for Bielik, on loan from Arsenal, it mean he ended up being taken out by a fan who slipped and took him out with a crunching tackle. We feel his pain just watching the clip.
Charlton's Krystian Bielik gets accidently injured by a fan during a goal celebration earlier today pic.twitter.com/fILIuVEJaF- 32Red (@32Red) January 19, 2019
Video: A Charlton fan accidentally collides with Krystian Bielik in the celebrations following their injury time winner against Accrington Stanley earlier today. Hopefully he's OK! #AFC pic.twitter.com/fDYSgVN9CT- AFC LoanWatch (@AFC_Loanwatch) January 19, 2019
Lee Bowyer will be absolutely fuming if the injury rules him out of their next game but judging by the end of the clip, it does look like he's going to be alright despite the pain.
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In other news regarding bizarre injuries being caused, Fulham defender Alfie Mawson has been out of action since being subbed off against Huddersfield with a knee problem in December.
The cause of injury had appeared ordinary until now, with manager Claudio Ranieri revealing he suffered the injury by simply putting on his boots.
alfie mawson injured himself changing his boots ahahahahaha we are peak level banter club- Tom:registered: (@Tom_FFC) January 18, 2019
Alfie Mawson has knackered his knee putting his boots on. That's the most Fulham thing to happen all season- Scott Johnson (@roathboy) January 19, 2019
"It was a very strange injury. He just changed his boots. It was unbelievable," Ranieri said in a press conference ahead of Sunday's clash with Spurs, as per the BBC.
"He needs more time. How long? I don't know."
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