Hull Ryan Mason has surgery after fracturing his skull


The Hull City midfielder Mason, 25 who fractured his skull on Sunday’s clash against Chelsea. But reports say he is in stable condition. The clashed took place at Stamford Bridge after a head clashed between Gary Cahill and Ryan Mason. Hull Ryan Mason has surgery after fracturing his skull, he has been taken to St Mary’s Hospital and underwent an emergency surgery.

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The midfielder required a seven minutes’ emergency treatment in the field and Oxygen on the ground at Stamford Bridge before he was taken away from the football field and immediately taken into St Mary’s Accident and Emergency department in Paddington.

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Hull City issued a statement on Sunday night that said, “The club can say and confirm that Ryan suffered a fractured skull in Chelsea vs Hull fixture this afternoon. He was taken to the hospital and undergone skull surgery. But we can say, he is in stable condition.”
Ryan was injured when he was defending the corner in the first half of the match. Chelsea’s Cahill was attacking the ball and also his forehead was struck with Mason. He also needed treatment, not as Mason’s fractured skull and returned to the game shortly after. He scored Chelsea’s late and winning goal 2 – 0 last night.