Eye witnesses claim James Collins and Enner Valencia both left the Boleyn Ground limping this evening following the Hammers 2-1 win over Southampton.
Valencia was still dressed in his full football kit as he entered the players car park to leave the Boleyn ground. The 26 year old set-up the second goal with a cross that found man of the match Antonio before Andy Carroll put it in on the rebound. The striker went down holding his knee on the 84th minute and TV replays showed he caught his foot in the turf. The West Ham physio was sent on and Enner briefly continued but was substituted in the 86th minute to be replaced by Pedro Obiang.
James Collins appeared to twist his ankle during the second half of the victory, at one point it looked likely he wouldn’t be able to carry on but Ginge soldiered on to the bitter end making some vital blocks to make sure of the win. We will await what the medical team have to say tomorrow when they injuries are properly assessed.