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Kieran Trippier fractured his fifth metatarsal in the win over Aston Villa

Kieran Trippier: Newcastle full-back missing with broken foot

England international Kieran Trippier is out of the game with a fractured metatarsal in his left foot. Trippier scored Newcastle’s winner in a 1-0 win over Aston Villa on Sunday.

Newcastle defender Kieran Trippier is set to miss the club’s next match after suffering a fractured foot during Sunday’s game against Aston Villa.

The English full-back, who moved from Atlético Madrid to Newcastle in the January transfer window, scored directly from a free kick against Villa in the 35th minute, securing the essential three points for Eddie Howe’s men. It was Trippier’s second goal in six days.

However, Trippier was out with an injury shortly after halftime, and after the closing whistle, Newcastle manager How confirmed that he had been taken to hospital to have his feet x-rayed.

“The 31-year-old scored the only goal of the match at St James’s Park, giving Mephis a third straight Premier League title, but he suffered a foot injury in the second half and had to be substituted,” the club’s statement said. .

“Tripier was x-rayed right after the match and the scans showed a fracture of the fifth metatarsal in his left foot.

“Everyone at the club wishes Kieran a speedy recovery.”

Dan Byrne, who made his Newcastle debut in a 1-0 win over Villa, said Trippier was the dressing room leader.

“The Tripps are a different level of quality we haven’t experienced here in a long time,” said Burn.

“He won La Liga, he is a regular England national, he shows it and the young people feed him.”

After Newcastle’s win, manager Eddie Howe said the injury looked like a potentially significant injury to Trippier.

How said: “Trippier was imprinted and he couldn’t continue with his foot problems. We’re keeping it all in the hopes of no broken bones.”

Newcastle manager Howe welcomes ‘beautiful’ win

After winning the relegation zone by four points, Eddie How told Sky Sports: Time, from our point of view, the beauty was in our defense and detail, so I thought the players put everything into a difficult game. I don’t think either of them played the perfect game.

“We think we have a good balance. We think the team is in good shape and the organization is there. We had to manage the leads and do some terrible things really well. And even in the last few minutes, the players are playing with their bodies. Putting them on the line, stopping crosses and blocking shots – everything you need when you’re in a relegation battle.

“We may not have lost or won that game in the last few weeks. It’s great to see now that we are showing our newly discovered resilience and confidence.”

Momentum for a resurgent Newcastle continues to grow.

Eddie Howe said it himself. It wasn’t beautiful. However, Newcastle managed to maintain a narrow win and greatly improved their chances of surviving which had seemed slim for most of the season so far. The result is four points ahead of 17th-placed Norwich, who have one match ahead.

Neither side had many clear cut opportunities, but the game was settled in a high-level moment for Kieran Trippier who took a nice curling free kick after Newcastle saw a penalty kick relegated to a free kick by VAR. Paul Tierney – In front of a raucous crowd, the organizers have won a huge victory.

The winner was celebrated enthusiastically, but the cheers could have been even greater when Ollie Watkins’ header equalizer was scored as marginal offside with the help of a second VAR review an hour later.

The way of victory was to represent Newcastle’s revival. In nine matches this season, they lead the game and experience a draw or loss, while only three have scored their first goal and won. Their last three Premier League matches.

What future plans?
Newcastle will visit West Ham in the Premier League at 12:30 PM on Saturday 19 February, then Aston Villa and Watford at 3 PM on the same day.

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