Huddersfield’s Hogg taken to hospital after being carried off at Ashton Gate

Date published: Friday 17th March 2017 10:15

Huddersfield midfielder Jonathan Hogg has been taken to hospital with a head injury he sustained in the Sky Bet Championship match with Bristol City at Ashton Gate.

The midfielder was hurt after just eight minutes of the game when he appeared to collide with a team-mate after stopping a run by Bristol City’s Lee Tomlin.

A post on Huddersfield’s official Twitter account read: “Break in play as Hogg receives treatment moments after he stopped Tomlin running at the Town goal.”

After a lengthy delay, which led to 15 minutes of added time at the end of the first half, he was carried off the pitch on a stretcher.

A further Twitter post read: “Jonathan Hogg is replaced by @BillingPhilip;¬†we wish him help and hope he has a speedy recovery.”

A spokesman for Huddersfield confirmed Hogg had been taken to hospital with an injury to the head and neck region.

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