Friday, September 29, 2023

Arsenal fans breath a sigh of relief as Oleksandr Zinchenko is taken off early in Game4Ukraine

Oleksandr Zinchenko, the Arsenal defender, was substituted just 11 minutes into the Game4Ukraine charity match. This news brought joy to Arsenal fans, who were following the game dedicated to raising funds for Ukraine after Russia’s invasion. The match was broadcast live on talkSPORT.

Zinchenko, who had been out of action since May due to injury, made his return to the field leading a star-studded team at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge. However, Arsenal fans were relieved when he was taken off early in the game.

On Twitter, one supporter expressed their relief, saying, “Zinchenko, you’ve done enough, please come off.” Another fan posted, “Zinchenko off. Thank goodness.” A third supporter added, “Zinchenko off, let’s go.” Another user messaged, “Zinchenko is off, thank God.”

It is worth noting that Zinchenko has not played in any pre-season matches for Arsenal. He suffered a calf injury towards the end of last season, causing him to miss the final three games as Arsenal finished second in the Premier League. Arsenal fans are hopeful that Zinchenko will be available for the upcoming Community Shield match against Manchester City on Sunday, although it is unlikely that he will get any playing time against his former club.

In addition to the match updates, the article includes an article-boxout section with information about talkSPORT’s football match center. This feature provides the latest Arsenal fixtures, results, and live Premier League standings for fans to stay up-to-date.

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Arsenal fans around the world have had to wait anxiously for the next few days, but they can finally breathe a sigh of relief.

In the fourth group stage match of Ukraine’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign, Oleksandr Zinchenko was taken off early in the first half. The move came after the 22-year-old winger, who has become an Arsenal fan favorite since his move to the Emirates last season, was subbed out with an apparent injury.

The early substitution sparked many worries, as Zinchenko has been an integral part of Arsenal’s attack since his arrival and his absence could potentially derail their progress in the Premier League and Europa League.

However, fans can now rest easy knowing that the Ukrainian internationals, who was taken off as a precautionary measure, did not pick up a serious injury.

This was later confirmed by the Ukrainian national team’s manager, Andriy Shevchenko, who provided an update in his post-match press conference.

Thus, after a few days of fear, Arsenal fans can now be relieved that their star winger is in good health and will soon return to help propel them to success.

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