Aston Villa ambassador brutally blasts Jamie O’Hara for commenting on Matty Cash’s Rodrigo Bentancur injury

Tottenham Hotspur had a stunning start to the season, going on a seven-game winning streak with a series of thrilling results, but now they have lost three times in a row due to injuries and several suspensions, especially those suffered at their encounter with Chelsea.

Amidst speculations that Tottenham may be penalized with point deduction, their injury situation also goes bad to worse, with James Maddison, Richarlison, Micky Van De Ven and now Rodrigo Bentancur all injured

Aston Villa ambassador upset with Jamie O’Hara’s comments

Rodrigo Bentacur had just suffered a sensational ACL injury, but he is set to be sidelined again due to another injury. He tore a ligament in his ankle after a tackle from Matty Cash during Sunday’s 2-1 Tottenham defeat.

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Rodrigo Bentancur’s injury compounds the challenges for manager Ange Postecoglou, who is already grappling with a substantial list of absentees. The Villa defeat saw nine first-team players unavailable due to a combination of injuries and suspensions, adding further strain to the team’s resources.

Injuries are an usual occurrence in football, often happening accidentally rather than intentionally, especially when caused by the party responsible for the injury. Jamie O’Hara, on the other hand, shared a contrasting perspective on Twitter.

“2.5 months for Bentancur injury absolutely gutted he looked decent, Fuming about Cash next time we play Villa let’s make sure the boys remember.”

Jamie O’Hara, a Tottenham legend, implied through his tweet that Rodrigo Bentancur’s injury, caused by Matty Cash, was deliberate, therefore instigating revenge from Tottenham players against Matty Cash in their future encounter.

Tottenham Hotspurs’ ambassador, Ahmed Elmohamady, gutted by Jamie O’Hara’s comments, has responded, saying:

“You should be a shame about what you saying, it’s football and those things happened. Cashy never meant to injured him.”

When is Rodrigo Bentancur likely to return from injury?

Tottenham midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur is expected to be sidelined until February due to an ankle ligament tear sustained in a tackle by Aston Villa’s Matty Cash during Sunday’s 2-1 home Premier League defeat. According to the PA news agency’s report, a subsequent scan on Tuesday revealed the full extent of the injury.

Rodrigo Bentancur
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This injury situation further complicates Ange Postecoglou’s position, as the team has a handful of injuries and suspensions lined up.

Tottenham was able to maintain an unbeaten run at the start of the season. However, they have now suffered their third defeat in a row due to the absence of key players like James Maddison, Mickey van de Ven, and now Rodrigo Bentacur.


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