Football NewsVictor Lindelof struggled to breathe after being forced to leave the field
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Victor Lindelof left the field 20 minutes before Carrow Road.


What happened to Victor Lindelof?

Swedish center-back Man Utd was breathing hard after being forced to leave during Saturday’s Premier League meeting with Norwich City. With 20 minutes on the way out of the match, Victor Lindelof descended seemingly with no other players in the immediate vicinity. He was quickly pulled out of action, shortly before Ronaldo brought his side forward from the penalty spot.

With 70 minutes being played, Victor started to struggle on the pitch. The Sweden national team player appeared to be struggling with a chest problem and manager Rangnick moved to recall him as a precaution. Bailly walked into the center-back who seemed to be struggling to get past the touchline as he came out.

Harry Maguire, when asked about his defensive partner, said he was in the locker room. Victor Lindelof felt a little discomfort. They don’t really know too many details, but Victor Lindelof seems to be fine there. Victor felt uncomfortable and they all wish him well.

Ralf Rangnick added that he can’t even remember how it happened. Rangnick thinks Victor Lindelof had a collision with another player and had trouble breathing for more than 10 minutes, his heart rate was above normal and so Victor was a little shocked and didn’t know how to deal with it.

After the game, Rangnick said they had several check-ups with a doctor and it seems that everything is in order. They still have to wait and see how Victor Lindelof is doing tomorrow, they must see how he is doing for the game at Brentford.


A little about the topic

Victor was pulled out moments before Cristiano settled the game in favor of Man Utd. The striker won a penalty for his side and skillfully reincarnated past Krul to give Ralf’s accusations a decisive three points. Man Utd is now fifth in the Premier League, trailing West Ham United in the Champions League final qualifying spot on goal difference alone. They will hold this position at least until Wednesday, as Tottenham’s seventh clash against Brighton has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak among the London team.