There’s Zero Sympathy on Twitter For Daniel Sturridge After His Latest Injury

There’s Zero Sympathy on Twitter For Daniel Sturridge After His Latest Injury

Daniel Sturridge was taken off injured for West Brom after a measly three minutes tonight – but there’s very little sympathy for the injury-prone striker on social media.

The England international has moved to the Hawthorns on a deal until the end of the season, having fallen down the pecking order at parent club Liverpool.

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Part of the reason he was forced to look elsewhere for first-team games was because he simply couldn’t stay fit long enough to stake a claim, and that pattern continued at Stamford Bridge tonight against Chelsea.

Challenging for a ball with Cesar Azpilicueta after just 40 seconds, Sturridge hit the deck and had to go hobble off, apparently with an injury to his hamstring.

As you can probably imagine, the folk on Twitter were rather unforgiving about the 28-year-old’s plight:

What do you think of Sturridge and his latest injury? Have we seen the best of him at the elite level? Even at the tender age of just 28?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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