BREAKING: Lisandro Martinez SUFFER Injury And Ruled Out AGAIN!

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Manchester United has been hit with another blow for Lisandro Martinez who recently returned, MySportDab reports.

The Old Trafford club have been hit once again despite them being able to celebrate victory at the end of their game.

Lisandro Martinez played a huge part in Manchester United history against West Ham United today at Old Trafford.

The game was one which saw the defender starting after making a return from a long injury which have kept him out of playing.

Meanwhile the victory came for the club but it came at the expenses of Martinez who is now going back to the medical ward.

The game between West Ham United was heated leading to the injury which have been said to not look good.

According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed how bad things looked for the defender through Erik Ten Hag comments.

Here Is What Was Said:

“It seems bad… now we can only pray”.

“We wait for the tests but we are really sad.

“It looks like he has to sit some games out injured again”.

Lisandro Martinez injury have been a major concern for those at Old Trafford since his arrival from Ajax.

This is yet another one they will have to access and see what could be done next as they could miss him for a long time.

Erik Ten Hag believes is something that could take long based on his reaction over the injury suffered by his defender.

The injury happen in the second half against West Ham United which saw Martinez being replaced in the 71st minutes of play.

The whole thing did not look good and this could come as another blow for the United side who are beginning to have all their players back.

Lisandro Martinez will know his fate when the full assessment is done by the medical team who can only confirm what really happened with the player.

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