Tom Glover required STITCHES due to nasty laceration after Melbourne City star was struck by a bin from football thugs that led to A-League match being abandoned
- Melbourne City have provided an injury update to goalkeeper Tom Glover
- Glover, 24, was struck by a bin when fans invaded the pitch on Saturday night
- The goalkeeper sported a nasty gash on the side of his face as a result
- City say that he required stitches as a result of the laceration inflicted
Melbourne City have provided an update on the wellbeing of goalkeeper Tom Glover, confirming that the 24-year-old required stitches due to a laceration inflicted on him by football thugs.
City’s match with arch rivals Melbourne Victory was abandoned on Saturday night after fans encroached the pitch and attacked Glover, who had thrown a flare in their direction moments beforehand.
Glover was pictured sporting a nasty cut beside his right eye after a fan threw a bin at his face, in scenes that have shamed Australian football.
City initially said that the 24-year-old was most likely concussed from the assault, and have now provided a further update.
‘Tom was assessed by our club doctor immediately following tonight’s incident and required several stitches due to a laceration to his face,’ the A-League club tweeted. ‘He was taken to hospital for scans and further follow up checks.’
More to follow.