Southampton lost star striker Danny Ings to injury early in their trip to Sheffield United, as Ralph Hasenhuttl will be cursing his bad luck with injuries once again.
Southampton have lost eight of their last nine games in the Premier League and are badly out of form, as they lost several key players to injury during a pivotal stretch of the season.
Just when it looked like their injury fears were easing (Kyle Walker-Peters, Takumi Minamino and Ibrahima Diallo all returned to the starting lineup at Sheffield United) Ings went down with what looked like a groin or right knee injury.
Arteta rues baffling VAR call, but Arsenal must ‘be more ruthless’ Three things we learned from Burnley – Arsenal Sheffield United – Southampton, stream live! How to watch, odds, prediction The England international looked uncomfortable as he hobbled off the pitch at Bramall Lane, as Che Adams replaced him in attack, and this could have been down Ings being forced to play game in, game out for Saints in recent months.
How big of an injury blow will this be for Ings, Southampton? Ings, 28, is once again Southampton’s leading goalscorer this season but he has missed time already after needing a minor knee operation in the fall.—AFP