September 24, 2021
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first_imgEverton defender Ashley Williams has revealed he suffered a collapsed lung during Tuesday’s draw between Wales and Mexico.The centre-half was forced off in the 20th minute of the clash at the Rose Bowl when he collided with West Ham United striker Javier Hernandez.He was rushed to the Ronald Reagan UCLA hospital in Beverly Hills, where doctors discovered he had also sustained ‘multiple breaks’ on two separate ribs.The 33-year-old took to his official Facebook page to assure fans he was alright, despite the gruesome injury. He said: “Crazy couple weeks.. great to be back in a FA Wales shirt & with the lads, however after coming off after 20 mins [sic] with multiple breaks on two ribs, I went hospital & found out I had punctured my left lung which led to it collapsing.“I would like to say a huge thank you to all the staff at Ronald Reagan UCLA hospital in Beverley Hills for looking after me and making sure surgery went as comfortable as possible.“Look forward to flying home & resting up now before the new season!”The former Swansea City captain was making his first appearance in nearly three months after being sent off for Everton in a game against Burnley back on March 3. Williams lies on the turf grimacing in pain center_img 1last_img