Defender hit by Euro KO
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna will miss the last two games of the season and Euro 2012 after breaking his leg against Norwich.
Sagna crumbled to the floor in agony in the 32nd minute with no other player around him but Gunners boss Arsene Wenger believes the injury was caused by a tackle involving Norwich's Bradley Johnson just before. The player will now undergo an operation and, although Wenger does not know how long he will be out for, the defender is sure to miss France's campaign in Poland and Ukraine. Sagna was out for four months after breaking the same leg against Tottenham back in October and this latest setback is another big blow for the player. "It is broken fibula, the same leg," Wenger revealed. "He was kicked on it. It has not happened alone, he has been kicked and when he was kicked he broke the leg. "We do not know how long he will be out for. He played on after he caught him. It happened just before he went down, I don't know exactly and have to see it on the TV. The guy closed him down and 'walked' on him. I don't know if it was deliberate, I have to look at it again."