On December 1, Beijing time, Wolves’ official news that Jiménez had successfully undergone skull fracture surgery. To be on the safe side, the Mexican Shenfeng will continue to stay in the hospital for observation for several days.
Last weekend, in the 10th round of the Premier League, the Wolves beat Arsenal 2-1 away. In this game, the Wolves paid a high price. The team’s main forward Jimenez suffered a serious injury just 5 minutes after the start. Arsenal took a right corner kick. During the fight for the position, Jimenez collided with the Gunners and fell to the ground in pain. The Wolves team doctor quickly came on the court to give emergency treatment to the Mexican forward. After several minutes of bandaging, Jimenez was carried off the field on a stretcher, and he was rushed to a local hospital for treatment. It was Jimenez’s serious injury that made the first half stoppage time of this game close to 10 minutes. Today, the Wolves informed Jimenez of the latest situation.
A further diagnosis of Jiménez showed that his skull was fractured and he underwent an operation immediately and was successful. However, to be on the safe side, the Mexican forward needs to continue to be hospitalized for observation. Wolves’ official website wrote, “Last night, shortly after the start of the game against Arsenal, Raul Jimenez suffered a severe head impact. Subsequently, Jimenez underwent surgery overnight in a London hospital and is currently in good condition. After the operation, his girlfriend Daniela visited him. Jimenez is currently resting. He will stay in the hospital for observation for a few days and start to resume treatment at the same time. The club is very grateful to the Arsenal medical team and NHS Medical staff, hospital staff and surgeons, their quick response and good medical standards have provided us great help. Jimenez and his family currently need some personal space and privacy. The club will provide information about Further updates of his injury.”
The Wolves did not disclose how long Jimenez will be out. For them, the serious injury of the Mexican striker is definitely a heavy blow. After Jota left the team this summer, Jimenez became the team’s most trusted forward, 10 He scored 4 goals in the league and is the team’s top scorer. His injury will seriously weaken the Wolves’ striker strength, because Fabio Silva, who signed for 40 million euros this summer, scored 0 goals and 0 assists. .Return to Sohu to see more
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