Everton endure ANOTHER harm setback as Nathan Patterson is stretchered off throughout Scotland’s Nations League win over Ukraine… as nationwide coach Steve Clarke admits it ‘would not look good’ for the full-back
- Everton’s Nathan Patterson might be set for a prolonged spell on the side-line
- The total-back was stretchered off throughout Scotland’s 3-0 win in opposition to Ukraine
- After touchdown awkwardly, the defender was substituted early within the first-half
- Scotland boss Steve Clarke admitted that the harm ‘would not look too good’
The 20-year-old defender has damaged into Frank Lampard‘s beginning eleven this 12 months and has been one of many Toffee’s most dependable gamers, taking part in each minute potential of their opening seven video games.
However he might now be set for a prolonged spell on the side-line after Scotland boss Steve Clarke admitted that the harm ‘would not look too good’.
Nathan Patterson picked up an harm throughout Scotland’s 3-0 win over Ukraine on Wednesday
It might show expensive to Frank Lampard’s Everton aspect who have already got quite a lot of accidents
Scotland cruised to a 3-0 victory over Ukraine of their Nations League Group E fixture due to objectives from John McGinn and Lyndon Dykes, who scored a brace.
Nevertheless, for Everton followers the sport can have been marred by Patterson’s early elimination from the sport having initially tried to play on.
After difficult for a header, the defender landed awkwardly and appeared to select up a knee harm.
He was in a position to stroll himself off the pitch however regarded in some discomfort earlier than being stretchered down the tunnel.
Patterson was in a position to stroll off however was then stretchered down the tunnel at Hampden Park
Scotland boss Clarke confirmed the harm however was unable to offer any additional particulars on the size of time he could also be out for.
‘Nathan Patterson, it would not look too good, clearly felt one thing on his leg,’ Clarke instructed Premier Sports activities.
‘We’ll simply have to attend and see the way it pans out. Hopefully it isn’t too critical, and hopefully he is not out for too lengthy.’
Scotland boss Steve Clarke admitted that the full-back’s scenario ‘would not look to good’
It might show to be one other setback for an Everton aspect who solely picked up their first league win of their most up-to-date recreation in opposition to West Ham.
Lampard is already with out Jordan Pickford, Yerry Mina, Ben Godfrey and Mason Holgate which means Patterson’s absence might show expensive to their already weakened defence.
It appears unlikely the 20-year-old might be accessible for his or her first fixture after the worldwide break which sees them journey to Southampton subsequent weekend.