EVERTON DEFENDER TYIAS BROWNING SUFFERS A GROIN INJURY

Everton centre back Tyias Browning suffered a groin injury while playing for loan side Sunderland against Aston Villa on Tuesday night, which it has now been confirmed will sideline him for the rest of the season.
Browning is an English professional footballer who plays as a defender for EFL Championship club Sunderland, on loan from Premier League club Everton. He has represented England up to under-20 level.
Browning joined his local team Everton as a ten-year-old in 2004. He won the U18 Premier League title with Everton in the 2010–11 season. On 30 December 2012, he was an unused substitute as Everton lost 2–1 to Chelsea.
The defender had been a key player at the back for the Mackems after making 29 appearances in all competitions for the Championship strugglers following his temporary move to the Stadium of Light last summer, but his campaign has now been brought to a premature end.
The young star player  pulled up just before the half-hour mark against the Villans, and when it was clear that he wasn’t able to continue he was replaced by Billy Jones at the back. It has left Black Cats boss Chris Coleman with something of a central defensive crisis ahead of their match against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday, with Lamine Kone potentially the only player that will be available with Jake Clarke-Salter suspended, Paddy McNair definitely out through injury and John O’Shea a doubt.

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