Arsenal doctor Gary O’Driscoll has revealed Kieran Tierney once got injured while ‘walking out of the shower.’
Since joining the Emirates in 2019, the Scottish left back has been plagued by injuries. Tierney joined Celtic for a fee of £25 million.
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He missed Arsenal’s final ten games last season, which contributed to the Gunners’ failure to finish in the top four.
Tierney initially injured his knee cartilage in Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Wolves on February 24 but did not notice, according to O’Driscoll.
As quoted by Mirror, Gary O’Driscoll said:
The Wolves game, he had a hyper-extension injury, finished the game, didn’t mention it and then played the next five games with no problems whatsoever.
But he then walked out of the shower on Thursday after training, turned a corner, bent his knee and felt the knee collapse.