“I’m so sorry, buddy. I didn’t mean to hurt or injure you.”- Bukayo Saka, an Arsenal player, apologizes to the star player for Liverpool Rolls Royce for breaking his collarbone last night at the Anfield match.
Although he “didn’t think it was a foul,” Bukayo Saka apologizes to the Liverpool star for breaking his collarbone.
Bukayo Saka, an Arsenal winger, has expressed regret for breaking Liverpool star Kostas Tsimikas’ collarbone during Saturday’s match at Anfield.
Following a ball-battle with Saka, Tsimikas collided with his own manager, Jurgen Klopp, resulting in an injury that forced him to leave the game in the first half. Saka was hospitalized.
The Reds are severely harmed by the news of Tsimikas’ injury, as fellow left-back Andy Robertson is also presently sidelined.