Trevor Chalobah was left in horrific pain after the cobham academy prospect went through an x-rated challenge against Liverpool's midfilder Nabi Keita during the Sunday Carabao cup final at Wembley stadium.Chalobah damaged his penis during the carabao cup final and managed to play the rest of the match and even went ahead to score a penalty in the shoot-out after extra time before undergoing a serious penis surgery in the Wembley dressing room after the match.
On the press conference,Thomas Tuchel revealed that Chalobah went through much pain as he overheard him when he was undergoing the penis surgery in the dressing room crying out in pain loudly.He also revealed that the injury was a proper cut,very close to the area of the groin which was open and needed to be closed.Chalobah was very tough and very strong to sustain the injury and also the surgery.
Chalobah was initially in doubt to be facing a lengthy spell out of action with the issue but the athletics report that the centre-back is set to return to action next week.
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