Lampard Got Injured After Doing This
The Chelsea legend cum Everton boss, Frank Lampard has reportedly broken his hand amidst wild celebrations of Alex Iwobi’s 99th minute stoppage time strike, to beat Newcastle 1-0 and lift the 10-man Toffees three points clear of the Premier League relegation zone, Newspremises reports.
The match witnessed a second-half interruption caused by a protestor tying himself to a goal post and a VAR review which led to Allan seeing red meant there were 14 minutes of added time at Goodison Park.
And it was Lampard’s men who took advantage as Dominic Calvert-Lewin teed up Iwobi to score the biggest goal of his much-maligned Everton career since a £40 million ($52 million) move from Arsenal three years ago.
“I’ve broken my hand in the celebrations,” said Lampard, showing off a big bruise on his left hand.
“It was a bit sore and a bit shaky but I don’t care.”
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