Sky Sports journalist makes bold statement about Danny Welbeck’s injury

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According to Sky Sports pundit Danny Murphy he revealed Danny Welbeck will not let his latest injury blow for Arsenal get him down.

Murphy, who expressed his sympathy for Welbeck after he was stretchered after just 25 minutes of Arsenal’s goalless draw against Sporting Lisbon in the Europa League.

The 27-year-old attempted to get on the end of a cross from the right, but fell awkwardly on his ankle.

Welbeck had to be stretchered off with oxygen in the Europa League tie, as teammates looked on in horror.

The reaction from youngster Matteo Guendouzi just says it all. We wish him all the best in his recovery.

Gunners boss Unai Emery later confirmed the striker had broken his ankle and it is another setback for a player who is out of contract at the end of the season.

Murphy sent his well wishes to Welbeck, although it is unclear how long the former Manchester United star will be out of action.

But Murphy believes Welbeck has the resilience to bounce back from adversity once again.

“It’s the worst thing for a footballer,” Murphy said on The Debate when describing Welbeck’s injury.

“He’s a nice lad. He’s a good player.

“He’s actually already dealt with two big injuries since he’s been at Arsenal.

“We wish him all the best. It doesn’t look good I have to say.

“The faces of the other players and their reactions tell you a lot.

“He’s going to have time on the sidelines again.

“But he’s a strong character and he’s shown that by coming back twice.

“At the moment, it’s about sending our best.”

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