Ebuehi Completes Full Training Morning Session, Accidentally Hit By TeammatePublished: June 13, 2018
Tyronne Ebuehi is still in line to make his competitive Nigeria debut when they take on Croatia on Saturday night after he completed the Super Eagles full training session on Wednesday morning, amid concerns over his well-being.
The Benfica-bound right-back suffered a nose bleed after he was accidentally hit by another player during the Super Eagles first workout in Essentuki on Tuesday evening.
There is no cause for alarm as the defender finished training with the rest of his teammates yesterday, soon after the injury scare.
''Tyronne Ebuehi is not injured, he just had a small bleeding. He did the whole physical exercises with the team this morning,'' a top source told allnigeriasoccer.com.
''It was more like a mistake, someone's hand hit him, it was from a ball possession game. He finished the training session yesterday evening, so there's nothing to worry about.''
For now, manager Gernot Rohr is keeping everyone guessing on his starting lineup vs Croatia, there was no practice game this morning between the Team A and B, bearing it in mind that the lineup he used yesterday was just a smokescreen.
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