ARSENAL star Danny Welbeck was given oxygen and carried off the pitch on a stretcher after struggling a horror leg harm in opposition to Sporting Lisbon.
The Gunners striker went up for a header halfway by way of the first-half in opposition to Sebastian Coates and landed awkwardly.
He was then substituted for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, with what seemed like a damaged or dislocated proper ankle.
His team-mates together with Matteo Guendouzi have been left visibly shocked by the incident, as he was given a standing ovation by the Emirates crowd.
The 27-year-old is now dealing with a prolonged spell on the sidelines, and can virtually definitely be taken to hospital for remedy.
The ex-Manchester United ace can also be anticipated to now pull out of Gareth Southgate’s England squad for subsequent weeks two matches.
Welbeck smashed the bottom in agony after the incident, as medics ran on to the pitch to his assist.
Mesut Ozil tweeted assist for his team-mate, writing: “Oh no… get nicely quickly Danny.”
Arsenal legend Martin Keown, a pundit for BT Sport, mentioned at half-time: “Whenever you see that on the pitch it’s all the time a bit stunning.
“Possibly there’s a drawback with the ankle. It displays on the gamers’ faces.
“He is without doubt one of the nicest males I’ve met in soccer. He’s the guts and soul of the soccer membership and he is been desperately unfortunate with accidents.”
It might nicely be his final look for the Gunners if the harm is as first feared.
Crystal Palace have been eyeing a £10m January swoop for him to assist their goal-shy assault.