The Sky Blues defeated Cardiff City 1-0, but goalkeeper Marko Marosi suffered a serious injury
Coventry City was injured again to dampen a brilliant win over Cardiff City.
Manager Mark Robins admits he will try to get emergency credit coverage after Sky Blues stopper Marko Marosi in St. Andrew sustained a broken cheekbone.
Marosi tossed a clear ball into the penalty area in stoppage time as the Bluebirds attempted a late equalizer with a slap in the face that forced him to be replaced by Ben Wilson for the remaining minutes.
But Robins admitted that the late injury took on the shine of the fully deserved three points, despite being delighted with what he described as the « brave » performance of each of his players.
« In the end, Marko dealt with the ball and got a broken cheekbone, » confirmed the city boss.
« I have no idea whether we can take out an emergency loan or not. We have to wait, but we have to do something that is safe. ”
A single goal from Tyler Walker earned Coventry City a deserved third championship win of the season against a large and physical Cardiff City.
But the Sky Blues had to be a late night drama in St. Andrew’s endured where goalkeeper Marko Marosi was injured in stoppage time, replaced by understudy Ben Wilson as the home side stuck to their lean lead.
Mark Robins’ men got off to a very positive start with an excellent forward play and two early chances for Jordan Shipley, the best of which got him to volley with his left foot only to be rejected by goalkeeper Alex Smithies, which spread widely around a 12. Minute to make.
Ryan Giles, intriguingly out of position on the right, tried his luck twice from a distance after cutting his left foot, albeit directly on the goalkeeper.
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