Jarrod Bowen injury ‘not serious’ gives West Ham boost ahead of Sevilla clash


East Ham breathe a sigh of relief after scans confirmed the injury suffered by star winger Jarrod Bowen in Saturday’s defeat to Liverpool is not serious.

There were fears over the Englishman after sustaining a heel injury trying to continue playing before succumbing to the pain five minutes later and being substituted.

Bowen has been in magnificent form for the Hammers this season, scoring 12 times and registering 11 assists in all competitions, and any significant spell on the sidelines would have been a blow to David Moyes’ side ambitions for the rest of the campaign.

The 25-year-old will continue to be watched ahead of Thursday’s Europa League round of 16 tie with Sevilla.

A club statement said: “West Ham United can confirm that analysis has shown that Jarrod Bowen suffered no significant damage following the injury he picked up at Liverpool on Saturday night.

“Jarrod underwent an MRI in London on Sunday morning and thankfully no significant injuries occurred,” added West Ham medical director Richard Collinge. “He will continue to be followed by the medical team and will undergo further examination in the coming days.”

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