Lukasz Fabianski suffered a slight groin injury during the warmup before West Ham’s friendly clash with Hertha Berlin yesterday, and ExWHUemployee provided an instant update on the Polish stopper after the game.
The 34-year-old joined the Hammers from Swansea City in the summer of 2018. And he instantly became a fan favourite at the London Stadium. Fabianski was on top form last season.
He was undoubtedly one of West Ham’s best players. And he will be a key component for Manuel Pellegrini’s side this term.
Hammers fans will be praying that Fabianski’s injury is not serious.
And ExWHUemployee provided them with the news that they wanted to hear:
Initial feedback from the physios is that Fabianski felt his groin and will get it checked out but apparently it is not considered serious at this point and he should be ok for Man City (thank the lord and fingers crossed it isn’t and the initial verdict is correct)
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) July 31, 2019
Having the experienced goalkeeper available for the opening Premier League game against Manchester City will be a major boost for West Ham.
In spite of his advancing years, Fabianski is still one of the league’s best ‘keepers.
And Hammers fans will be delighted by Ex’s recent update.
The friendly against Hertha Berlin went really well for West Ham.
Sebastien Haller and Pablo Fornals both opened their accounts for the east London club, as Pellegrini’s side ran out as comfortable 5-3 winners.