“It really doesn’t do it”: Talksport expert is now seriously worried about the 22-year-old Arsenal player

TalkSPORT pundit Scott Minto said he was concerned about the injury sustained by Arsenal defender Jurrien Timber on Saturday afternoon against Nottingham Forest at the Emirates Stadium in north London in the Premier League.

Arsenal have defeated Nottingham Forest 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League.

Eddie Nketiah scored the first goal for the Gunners in the 26th minute.

Bukayo Saka doubled the lead for the north London club in the 32nd minute.

Forest upped their game in the second half and Taiwo Awoniyi halved the deficit after 83 minutes.

Jurrien Timber suffers an injury during the Arsenal v Nottingham Forest game

Jurrien Timber started the game for the Gunners.

The 22-year-old Netherlands international defender joined Arsenal from Ajax in the summer transfer window.

The youngster started as a left-back.

However, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta had to replace Timber in the 50th minute through injury.

Jurrien Timber
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The youngster appeared to have a problem in the first half after colliding with Forest striker Brennan Johnson.

And just after the restart, Timber went down and grabbed his calf without anyone touching him.

Scott Minto followed the game for talkSPORT and the former Chelsea and West Ham United left-back believes it is a serious injury for Timber.

Minto continued talkSPORT (2:11 p.m., August 12, 2023): “You know what? It’s so harmless, isn’t it?

“He just twisted, twisted a little. It can happen a million times in one game.

“The ball came to him, it was passed to him, but it literally stopped right away.

“It doesn’t look good, it really doesn’t look good.”

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