Gelandang Hull Ryan Mason Retak Tengkorak Akibat Benturan dengan Gary Cahill

Ryan Mason Rushed to Hospital after Sickening Head Clash with Gary Cahill

Editor : Ismail Gani
Translator : Novita Cahyadi


Gelandang Hull Ryan Mason Retak Tengkorak Akibat Benturan dengan Gary CahillGelandang Hull, Ryan Mason beradu kepala dengan bek Chelsea, Gary Cahill saat pertandingan baru berlangsung 13 menit di Stamford Bridge (Foto: The Sun)

RYAN MASON mengalami cedera berat yang mengakibatkan tengkorak kepalanya retak setelah berebut bola di udara dengan Gary Cahill.

Gelandang Hull menjalani operasi neuro darurat di Rumah Sakit St Mary menyusul insiden rebutan bola dalam laga yang dimenangkan tim tuan rumah di Stamford Bridge.

Mason beradu kepala dengan bek Chelsea saat pertandingan berlangsung 13 menit.

Pemain berusia 25 tahun itu dibawa dengan tandu mengenakan masker oksigen dan penyangga leher setelah menjalani perawatan darurat delapan menit. Dia dilarikan ke Rumah Sakit St Mary di Paddington, salah satu pusat trauma akut terkenal di London.

Hull mengumumkan bahwa pemain tengah itu mengalami retak tengkorak melalui situs web mereka seraya mengatakan kondisinya stabil.

Rumah sakit tersebut dikenal dalam menangani kondisi serius berkelanjutan akibat kecelakaan, pertandingan olahraga atau tindak kekerasan.

Manajer klub berjuluk Tiger Marco Silva menegaskan Mason telah dibawa ke rumah sakit.

Namun Cahill, yang terlibat dalam perebutan bola di udara, mengatakan: "Saya mencoba untuk mendapatkan bola."

"Kami beradu kepala. Saya berharap dia segera kembali pulih."

Bos Chelsea Antonio Conte menambahkan: "Semua orang di Chelsea mengharapkan yang terbaik bagi Ryan Mason karena itu adalah kecelakaan serius. Kami berharap dia dapat kembali ke lapangan untuk bertanding."

Sementara bos Hull, Marco Silva mengatakan: "Saya memperkirakan pada saat ini dia harus menjalani perawatan di rumah sakit."

"Saya berharap tidak ada yang luar biasa, tidak ada yang serius, tapi kita lihat nanti."

"Saya tidak tahu [apakah dia sudah siuman].

"Dokter mengatakan kepada saya ia berada di rumah sakit dan kami menunggu kabar."

Mason langsung jatuh ke lapangan setelah kepalanya berbenturan dengan Cahill dan keduanya kemudian menjalani penanganan medis darurat.

Dampak dari perebutan bola di udara tersebut memaksa wasit Neil Swarbrick meminta dokter dan tim medis masuk ke lapangan.

Setelah insiden di Stamford Bridge para pesepakbola menunjukkan dukungan mereka terhadap Mason di media sosial, termasuk pemain rugbu Danny Cipriani dan petinju Callum Smith seperti dilansir The Sun.

RYAN MASON suffered a fractured skull after a horrendous clash of heads with Gary Cahill.

The Hull midfielder underwent emergency neuro surgery at St Mary’s Hospital following the incident in the defeat at Stamford Bridge.

Mason clashed heads with the Chelsea defender 13 minutes into the match.

The 25-year-old was carried off on a stretcher wearing an oxygen mask and in a neck brace after receiving eight minutes of treatment. He was rushed to St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, one of London’s top acute trauma centres.

Hull confirmed the midfielder had suffered a fractured skull via their website but said he is in a stable condition.

It specialises in dealing with serious conditions sustained via an accident, sport or violence.

Tigers manager Marco Silva confirmed he had been taken to hospital.

But Cahill, who was involved in the collision, said: “I tried to get on the end of the cross."

“We smashed heads. I wish him all the very best.”

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte added: “Everyone at Chelsea wants to wish Ryan Mason the best because it was a bad accident. We hope to see him on the pitch very soon.”

Whilst Hull boss, Marco Silva said: “I imagine in this moment that he will stay in the hospital.

“I hope nothing special, nothing serious, but we’ll see.

“I don’t know [if he is awake].

“The doctor told me he was in the hospital and we await news.”

Mason collapsed straight to the floor after his head clashed with Cahill whilst the latter also received treatment.

The impact seemed to have been on Mason's temple as referee Neil Swarbrick signalled doctors onto the pitch.

Since the match at Stamford Bridge past and present footballers have shown their support towards Mason on social media, including rugby player Danny Cipriani and boxer Callum Smith.