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Jane Mangan unseated by Oscar Delta yards from victory at Cheltenham Festival

Misery for Mangan as Oscar Delta unseats teenage rider… just yards from winning post at Cheltenham Festival

By
Mike Dawes

PUBLISHED:

16:55 GMT, 15 March 2013

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UPDATED:

17:53 GMT, 15 March 2013

Teenage jockey Jane Mangan had victory snatched from her grasp in the Foxhunter Chase as Oscar Delta unseated her as they powered towards the finish.

In the amateur version of the Gold Cup, Oscar Delta jinked to the left, hitting
the rope where there was no permanent rail and the daughter of trainer
Jimmy Mangan was unshipped, leaving favourite Salsify to take advantage.

So far so good: Oscar Delta looked unbeatable approaching the line...

So far so good: Oscar Delta looked unbeatable approaching the line…

... but after jinking to the left he collided with the rail and there was no way back for Jane Mangan....

… but after jinking to the left he collided with the rail and there was no way back for Jane Mangan….

... but he jinked to the left and collided with the rail and there was no way back for Jane Mangan....

...and it was left to Salsify to claim the honours

…and it was left to Salsify to claim the honours

It was a cruel blow for punters who had backed Oscar Delta, 20-1 at the off, and Irish firm Paddy Power are refunding bets on the Mangan runner.

Creevytennant set the pace but continually jumped out to the right and he was still in front until the fourth-last where Oscar Delta took it up.

The 10-year-old pulled away from Salsify after the third-last fence and jumped the last with a handy lead.

He looked set for victory until it turned into defeat and agony for connections.

Colman Sweeney was able to coast his mount, trained by his father Rodger, over the line 20 lengths ahead of Divine Intavention with Cottage Oak a neck away in third.

Head in hands: Jane Mangan can't believe her bad luck after crashing off Oscar Delta in the Foxhunter Chase

Head in hands: Jane Mangan can't believe her bad luck after crashing off Oscar Delta in the Foxhunter Chase

Just her pride that's hurt: Mangan just seconds after the fall that cost her victory in the Foxhunter Chase

There, there: Mangan is consoled after bowing out of the Foxhunter Chase with victory in sight

Just her pride that's hurt: Mangan after the fall that cost her victory in the Foxhunter Chase

Just her pride that's hurt: Mangan after the fall that cost her victory in the Foxhunter Chase

Salsify is the first back-to-back winner of the amateur riders' Gold cup since Double Silk in 193-94.

Sweeney jnr said: 'God was on my side, I feel sorry for Jane, though. I did feel he was going to rally but I probably wouldn't have got there.

'This horse is a different horse on decent ground, he didn't feel the same at all on soft.

'He can be very keen so I dropped him right out until I got settled and then he jumped into it.

'He does rally and stay on but I think Jane would have won.

'I'd like to dedicate this to John Thomas (McNamara) as everything we do we do for love. He was one of the senior boys when I first started and he still is. We're all thinking of him.'

Sweeney snr said: 'It was very lucky and I'm gutted for Jane who is a good friend of ours and a very polished rider.

'Our fellow didn't like the ground but he kept trying his best but Jimmy Mangan should have been the winner.'

England hit by second injury blow as Steven Finn doubtful for final India Test

Double blow for England with Finn set to join Broad on sidelines for final Test

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UPDATED:

09:42 GMT, 12 December 2012

Steven Finn gave England a huge worry
ahead of Thursday's crucial final Test here on Wednesday morning when he was
unable to train because of a disc strain in his lower back.

Finn had been unable to play in the
first two Tests because of a thigh injury but returned in Kolkata in
place of the out of sorts Stuart Broad and bowled brilliantly in
England's famous win.

Injury blow: Steven Finn was unable to take part in net practice

Injury blow: Steven Finn was unable to take part in net practice

England will assess the Middlesex man's condition in the morning but he must be a big doubt for a game in which Alastair Cook and his men have the chance to win England's first Test series in India for almost 28 years.

And with Broad officially ruled out of the fourth Test with a recurrence of the heel injury he sustained in a warm-up game at the start of this tour the potential absence of Finn could not have come at a worse time.

Tim Bresnan, innocuous in the first Test, is the most likely replacement for Finn but Graham Onions, who has been on the outside looking in all tour, is another potential choice. England will certainly not want to go into the Test with a fitness question mark over one of only two seamers in their line-up.

The pitch here at the VCA Stadium just outside Nagpur looks a good one, certainly not the raging turner many predicted, and it could well be that England now regret sending Stuart Meaker back to play with their Performance Squad in Pune. It could turn out to be the kind of flat but abrasive surface that would have suited the rapid Meaker.

There also remains a possibility that England will again change a winning side and bring in Jonny Bairstow for Samit Patel. Alastair Cook, the England captain, refused to back Patel when asked if he would play.

'Samit played in the first game in that second spinner role but with Monty coming in and doing fantastically well, clearly his chances with the ball have been limited since then,' said Cook. 'We will try to pick the team that we think gives us the best chance of winning this game.'

Missing: Stuart Broad has been ruled out by heel injury

Missing: Stuart Broad has been ruled out by heel injury

Cook was in relaxed but businesslike
mood as he assessed his side's chances of making history
with a third successive Test win in a country where it is famously hard
for visiting sides to prosper.

'On the eve of any Test I'm nervous
but there's a lot of excitement today too,' said Cook. 'It's an
incredible situation we find ourselves in and we've played some really
good, tough cricket to get here. We are keen as a side to continue that
here.'

England's recovery after their heavy
first Test defeat has astounded many but Cook insisted he always knew
his side had it in them.

'I've been pleasantly surprised with
the character we've shown. I think I said after Ahmedabad that if we
played to our potential we could get back into this series but the way
we have done that has really pleased me,' he said.

'Everybody realises how big and
important this game is. When we're out there we have to take that
emotion out of the game and make sure we fully focus on what we have to
do. We know how hard we have worked to get here and we have to do it
again now but we have to remain as calm as we can be. We can't get
carried away now. We are here to do a job. We have a great chance and
we're desperately keen not to let that chance go.'

But they will have to succeed again
without their vice-captain with Broad ruled out of this match and quite
probably the rest of this leg of the tour.

'Stuart is out of this Test and we'll
assess him over the next day or so to see if he has a chance of playing
in the Twenty20s,' said Cook.

'It's the nature of sport that some
people have good tours and others don't and unfortunately Stuart hasn't
this time. He's had injuries and illness and he hasn't quite been able
to get into this tour which is frustrating for him and disappointing for
us as a side but we all know the class of Broady and that he will be
back.

Broad has had a miserable trip,
suffering injury and illness and being dropped after going wicketless in
the first two Tests, but he would definitely have returned if Finn is
ruled out of this game. The worry for England now is that they will be
going into their most important game of the year without either.

John Ruddy ruled out for three months

Hughton dealt injury blow as first choice goalkeeper Ruddy is ruled out for three months

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UPDATED:

19:08 GMT, 28 November 2012

Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy could be out for approximately three months with a thigh injury.

Chris Hughton's side have confirmed they will be without the first choice keeper on their official Twitter account.

The club's confirmation followed a tweet from Ruddy himself, revealing he will go under the knife this weekend.

Out: John Ruddy has been sidelined for three months

Out: John Ruddy has been sidelined for three months

The goalkeeper, @Johnruddy26, said:
'Just to update everyone on my injury, unfortunately I have torn my
thigh will be having surgery on saturday and out for up to 3 months, :('

It is a huge blow for in-form Norwich,
who are unbeaten in their six Premier League matches heading into
tonight's match at Southampton, where Mark Bunn deputised for Ruddy.

Ricky Hatton KOd in round nine by Vyacheslav Senchenko on comeback fight in Manchester

Hitman's fairytale comeback ends with sobering retirement as Senchenko lands savage body blow to KO Hatton in the ninth

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UPDATED:

01:02 GMT, 25 November 2012

Ricky Hatton's boxing career came to an end when he was knocked out in the ninth round of his comeback fight.

After three and a half years out of the ring, the 34-year-old's decision to take on a tough opponent in his reappearance in the ring turned out to be a big mistake.

Vyacheslav Senchenko ruined the night for Hatton and his 20,000 raucous fans with a stunning body punch which left the Briton in agony on the canvas.

Down and out: Ricky Hatton winces in pain after a savage blow to the ribs ended his comeback in the ninth round

Down and out: Ricky Hatton winces in pain after a savage blow to the ribs ended his comeback in the ninth round

Hard though Hatton tried to beat the
count, there was no way he could continue and referee Victor Loughlan
counted him out after two minutes and 52 seconds.

It almost certainly marked the end of
his career as a boxer. The former world champion had vowed he would
retire and concentrate on his new life as a trainer and promoter if he
lost.

Now all those people with his
interests at heart will hope he keeps his word. When he had recovered
enough to talk, a tearful and shockingly bruised Hatton insisted he
would not rush into a decision.

'I am heartbroken,' he said. 'I am so sorry for my fans. I am not a quitter, I keep trying but it did not come off.

Mixed emotions: Senchenko (rear) is jubilant but Hatton looks distraught on the canvas

Mixed emotions: Senchenko (rear) is jubilant but Hatton looks distraught on the canvas

'I am not a failure but that is two
defeats now in a row. You don't know how much that hurts me. That is not
the way my career should end. I will sit down with my team and discuss
things. There is a lot I need to think about.

'I was doing some good things for
three and a half years out. He was a world champion, he only lost his
unbeaten record in his last fight. I want to fight for world titles and
so I had to beat someone like that.

'I thought I was maybe four rounds
up but there were clear signs of ring rust. I hurt him a few times and I
was winning. It was a good shot, I should have realised he was looking
for that. I suppose that is what three and a half years out of the ring
does.'

Hatton's trainer Bob Shannon added:
'I'm really disappointed. Ricky lost his concentration and got caught in
the fourth round and that took a lot out of him.

He was exhausted after that.

Harsh reality: Hatton is comforted by a member of his corner team following a chastening defeat in the ring

Harsh reality: Hatton is comforted by a member of his corner team following a chastening defeat in the ring

'He's not 24 any more, he's 34 and
he looked old in some of those rounds. Ricky's a proud man and that's
why he wanted to take on such a difficult opponent.

'He wanted to beat him better than
Paulie Malignaggi had. I don't know what happens now but I'm going to
have to sit down and have a good talk to him.'

Hatton had achieved his aim of
getting rid of the demons that have plagued him for the last three
years, when he turned to drink and drugs in the midst of depression, but
the years catch up with everyone.

Anxious moments: Hatton lay prostrate for about a minute and received medical attention following defeat

Anxious moments: Hatton lay prostrate for about a minute and received medical attention following defeat

Three years away proved too much and,
although Hatton fought with typical courage and aggression and probably
would have sneaked a points verdict had it gone to that, he did not
have the punch resistance when it mattered.

Ring-rustiness could have accounted
for some of his failings as Hatton repeatedly swung wildly and missed
his taller opponent, a former WBA champion who had lost only once in 33
fights before last night.

But, on the strength of five
all-action opening rounds, before he began to tire, Hatton had probably
done enough to win the fight until a fierce left hook to the ribs ended
his dreams of a glorious comeback in the ninth.

Respect: Senchenko and Hatton share their thoughts after a gruelling nine round bout

Mutual respect: Senchenko and Hatton share their thoughts after a gruelling nine round bout

Hitting the target: Hatton connects with a left to put Senchenko on the back foot

Hitting the target: Hatton connects with a left to put Senchenko on the back foot

'This was too difficult an opponent
to come back to,' said former world champion Barry McGuigan. 'He was an
accurate puncher and difficult. I did think when I saw he'd taken
Senchenko he would be the wrong style of boxer for Ricky.

'Hatton gave it his best shot but he
was slowly ground down and started to walk into sickening blows. 'His
jab just didn't work. If he'd got that going his right hand would have
fired off like a gun and he would have nailed his target. The longer the
fight went the more I was concerned for him.'

Hatton's life had gone into alarming
decline in the past three years. While many boxers struggle to cope with
retirement few fall as far as the popular hero, who had won 45 fights
and been a world champion at two weights.

His stunning defeat by Manny
Pacquiao, when he was clubbed to the canvas in two rounds, left no
argument about Hatton's status in his brutal sport – not quite up there
with the very best.

While he had been able to delude
himself that his only other defeat, to Floyd Mayweather, had been an
unfair outcome brought about by poor refereeing this time there was no
argument.

Promising start: Hatton began in fine fettle, but faded in the latter rounds

Promising start: Hatton began in fine fettle, but faded in the latter rounds

Caught out: Ricky Hatton recoils as Vyacheslav Senchenko connects with a fierce right jab

Caught out: Ricky Hatton recoils as Senchenko connects with a fierce right jab

He's back: Hatton makes his entrance at the MEN Arena

He's back: Hatton makes his entrance at the MEN Arena

Manchester City v Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo watch

Welcome back! How superstar Ronaldo fared on his return to the Etihad with Jose's Real Madrid

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UPDATED:

00:01 GMT, 22 November 2012

Since leaving Manchester United in 2009 for Real Madrid, we've missed the tantrums, the talent and the brilliant goals provided by Cristiano Ronaldo.

Real Madrid drew 1-1 with Roberto Mancini's men, ending City's hopes of progression from the group.

One of the world's best players started and finished the match for Jose Mourinho's men, but just how well did he do Scroll down for the blow by blow account of Ronaldo's return to the North West.

Catch me if you can: Ronaldo (right) is pursued by Pablo Zabaleta

Catch me if you can: Ronaldo (right) is pursued by Pablo Zabaleta

95min: FULL-TIME! MANCHESTER CITY 1 REAL MADRID 1

It's all over for Manchester City! Ronaldo was kept quiet in the second half, but that will be little consolation for Roberto Mancini.

After Real went down to ten men the Portugal captain had to pitch in with the collective defensive effort to stop City snatching the winner.

90min: The board goes up for stoppage time. Jose Mourinho is not at all happy when the number '5' pops up. He waves his hands like a conductor of an orchestra before shrugging and sarcastically clapping the fourth official.

88min: Ronaldo has a foot race with Nastasic now on the left wing. The young Serbian does brilliantly before being hacked down by the striker. He avoids a booking… just.

84min: Ronaldo had a lively first half but he's gone off the boil. He links up well with Di Maria before losing the ball to Javi Garcia.

He stomps his feet on the ground rather than chasing back to help out the other nine men of Real.

83min: Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho are furious with the referee. The striker weaves his way through four City players before Kompany blocks him off. He goes to ground, but to no avail.

Another tantrum ensues, but City are still desperate for the win and carry on regardless.

81min: Ronaldo collides with Kompany on the half-way line. The big Belgian stays down with what appears to be cramp and the sporting Ronaldo eventually helps him to his feet.

77min: Ronaldo tries to relieve some pressure. He bursts forward and fires a shot wide from the edge of the area. It's all City though, and Hart re-starts the game quickly.

Could it be another dour night at the Etihad for Ronaldo He's been sent off twice here in the past for United… and has suffered defeat a couple of times too.

73min: GOAL! MAN CITY 1 Real Madrid 1

It's a penalty for City! Ronaldo isn't involved but he's powerless to stop Dzeko finding Aguero in the area. Alvaro Arbeloa is trying to make up lost ground and pulls the City man down to ground.

He picks up his second yellow card and is sent off before Aguero sends Casillas the wrong way.

Missing us Ronaldo took a fair bit of stick from the CIty fans

Missing us Ronaldo took a fair bit of stick from the CIty fans

Missing us Ronaldo took a fair bit of stick from the CIty fans

67min: A bit of histrionics now from Ronaldo. Remember that He knocks the ball past Kompany on the left and the pair race after the ball. Kompany sticks out an arm to keep pace with his opponent and Ronaldo halts his run and stands, arms aloft, looking expectantly at the referee.

No sympathy from the official – or the City fans – and Ronaldo stomps his feet as the game carries on.

66min: He fires a stinging shot into the arms of Hart. The City stopper keeps the ball out, but it almost falls for Benzema. They escape, and the game remains 1-0.

64min: It's all gone a bit quiet for Ronaldo now. Real are under their first bout of pressure and the 80million-man is being forced to help out at the back.

Sergio Aguero almost squares the match up for City, but Iker Casillas makes an exceptional save.

57min: How on earth is he onside there Ronaldo breaks onto a lofted pass on the left and drifts into the box. Khedira and Benzema are queuing up at the back post. Cristiano finds Khedira who heads the ball tamely into Joe Hart's arms.

That was a chance to finish City off, but they get away with it this time.

Come on! Ronaldo threw a strop when the referee didn't give him a decision

Come on! Ronaldo threw a strop when the referee didn't give him a decision

53min: It's end to end stuff, but Ronaldo has had a quieter opening 10 minutes than he did in the first half.

He gave us a blast from the past over on the left by performing a few unnecessary stepovers before sliding a pass to Coentrao.

45min: KICK-OFF: The match is under way again. Javi Garcia has come on for Aleksandar Kolarov.

45min: HALF-TIME: Ronaldo has been a thorn in Mancini's side during the first period, but it's Karim Benzema who scored the only goal so far.

Maicon, who was booked just before the break, won't be relishing his second 45 minutes up against the Portuguese striker. If he's still on, that is…

42min: He's moved into the centre forward position at least momentarily, swapping with Karim Benzema for the meantime.

37min: The biggest cheer of the night from the home fans! Sergio Aguero bounds back as Ronaldo races well into the City half. The little striker slides in and nips the ball away from Cristiano. He's not at all happy, but that was a good tackle.

Know your role: Sergio Aguero had to battle back to dispossess Cristiano Ronaldo in the first half

Know your role: Sergio Aguero had to battle back to dispossess Cristiano Ronaldo in the first half

Baptism of fire: Matija Nastasic (left) partnered Vincent Kompany at the back for City

Baptism of fire: Matija Nastasic (left) partnered Vincent Kompany at the back for City

30min: Famous last words. He nips away from Yaya Toure who brings him down and picks up the first yellow card of the night. He'll be missing City's final group game away at Borussia Dortmund.

28min: City have finally kept Cristiano quiet for a few minutes. They are keeping the ball and have managed to get a foothold in this game.

23min: It's Zabaleta's turn to try and dispossess Ronaldo now. The 27-year-old is in a playful mood and torments the Argentinean before laying the ball on. A remarkable show of skill which eventually culminated in a big chance for Khedira. He doesn't take it though.

16min: He should have scored! A speculative ball is popped over the Manchester City defence. Ronaldo is onto it in a flash and bears down on Joe Hart. Perhaps he's too cocky here, as he scoops the ball over Hart and Matija Nastasic is able to hook it off the line.

It isn't just Cristiano City are struggling to cope with, Real are giving them the run around all over the park.

13min: Ronaldo gets the hop on Maicon and fires a cross into the box. Sami Khedira opens up his body and puts it wide.

Get off! Ronaldo throws himself to the floor after Zabaleta tugs his shirt

Get off! Ronaldo throws himself to the floor after Zabaleta tugs his shirt

Relaxed: Ronaldo looked in the mood at the Etihad

Relaxed: Ronaldo looked in the mood at the Etihad

Moments later he's on the ball again! He quickly changes direction, leaving Kompany in his wake. He isn't shying away from this one despite the boos.

11min: GOAL! Man City 0 REAL MADRID 1

It's not Ronaldo, don't worry City fans. But the English Champions have gone a goal down after an unthreatening cross makes its way through to Karim Benzema, who drifts past Maicon at the back stick to slot home.

9min: Pablo Zabaleta holds Ronaldo back after he releases the ball. The referee plays the advantage but the attack comes to nothing. The City fans spot Ronaldo's theatrical complaints. Cue more boos.

8min: Real Madrid get their first half-chance from the left, but it's not Ronaldo who carves it out, it's Fabio Coentrao. He nips round Maicon but his cross is cut out by Vincent Kompany.

3min: The main man for Real gets his first touch and, as a former Manchester United player, guess what the reaction is from the home support Correct. A chorus of boos from the City fans.

The Portugal captain responds with a deft backheel to find Luka Modric. What a response.

19.45: KICK-OFF! Roberto Mancini has started Brazilian Maicon at right back to combat the unique talent that is Cristiano Ronaldo.

He's vastly experienced and looked handy when he came on against Tottenham a fortnight ago, but everyone will be recalling his Inter Milan performances against Spurs two years ago.

Gareth Bale tore the 31-year-old apart. City will be hoping Ronaldo can't do the same again tonight.

Welcome (back) to Manchester: Cristiano Ronaldo flew in to Manchester on Tuesday

Welcome (back) to Manchester: Cristiano Ronaldo flew in to Manchester on Tuesday

James McFadden could be denied Sunderland bow after fresh injury setback

McFadden could be denied Sunderland bow after fresh injury setback

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UPDATED:

13:42 GMT, 6 November 2012

James McFadden has suffered an injury
which seems likely to rule him out of impressing Martin O'Neill during
his short-term deal at the Stadium of Light.

McFadden, 29, was expected to take
part in Sunderland Under 21s' defeat to Southampton on Monday night, but he
pulled his hamstring in training on Thursday.

Injury blow: James McFadden

Injury blow: James McFadden

The Scotland international signed a short-term deal until the end of January last week.

However this latest injury setback could rule the ex-Everton striker McFadden out for the duration of his contract on Wearside and he misses Saturday's trip to Goodison.

Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill said: 'I don`t know if we will see James in the team any time soon because on Thursday he pulled up with a hamstring.

'I hope it is not too serious, but he was certainly feeling it. So that is a setback.

'It is a real shame because James has worked exceptionally hard on his fitness and was enjoying the training.'

Young striker Ryan Noble has returned to Sunderland after completing his loan spell at Hartlepool United.

The 21 year-old striker has completed his month-long loan spell at Victoria Park, scoring once in eight games.

Ricardo Vaz Te out for 12 weeks with dislocated shoulder

Hammer blow! Vaz Te out for 12 weeks with dislocated shoulder

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UPDATED:

19:51 GMT, 6 October 2012

West Ham forward Ricardo Vaz Te could be out for up to 12 weeks after suffering a dislocated shoulder in the 3-1 defeat to Arsenal.

The 26-year-old had to be replaced by Matt Taylor just after the hour-mark after falling awkwardly following a challenge with Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone.

Hammers boss Sam Allardyce confirmed after the match that Vaz Te would not be fit to return until after the international break and could be out until the festive period.

Agony: Ricardo Vaz Te will miss the next 12 weeks with a dislocated shoulder

Agony: Ricardo Vaz Te will miss the next 12 weeks with a dislocated shoulder

'No he won't be right, it will be six to 12 weeks depending,' he said.

'We can't get it back so he is going to have to go to hospital to have an anaesthetic put in it to slot the shoulder back into the socket.

'The specialist will determine how long it will take to sort that out so it is a bit of a shame, but we all suffer injuries and we just have to make sure we use the squad we have got.'

Andrew Johnson ruled out for the majority of the season through injury

Blow for QPR as striker Johnson is set to miss rest of the season with knee injury

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UPDATED:

10:58 GMT, 17 September 2012

QPR striker Andrew Johnson looks set to miss the majority of the season after suffering a serious knee injury during Saturday's goalless draw against Chelsea.

The 31-year-old was forced off in the first half of the Barclays Premier League stalemate at Loftus Road, with subsequent scans revealing the extent of the problem.

'Andy Johnson suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury against Chelsea and is likely to be sidelined for the majority of the season,' QPR posted on their official Twitter.

Injury blow: Andy Johnson leaves the field after picking up an injury against Chelsea

Injury blow: Andy Johnson leaves the field after picking up an injury against Chelsea

Johnson, who has won eight caps for England, joined Rangers on a two-year contract in the summer after his Fulham deal expired.

The severity of the injury – sustained on Johnson's third appearance for the club – will come as a blow to manager Mark Hughes, who had expressed optimism the former Birmingham, Crystal Palace and Everton man would not be out for too long.

'AJ felt something in his knee. We hope he's going to be okay, but it's a little bit of worry,' Hughes said after the game.

Pain game: Johnson lies on the ground after picking up his injury

Pain game: Johnson lies on the ground after picking up his injury

'You need players like AJ in the squad because they give so much. We'll send him for a scan over the next few days and hopefully he'll be okay.'

Rangers, who have picked up only two points from four games so far this season, will continue their search for a first win of the campaign at Tottenham on Sunday.

Adam Johnson withdraws from England squad

England dealt another injury blow as Johnson withdraws from squad for double header

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UPDATED:

18:46 GMT, 5 September 2012

Adam Johnson has withdrawn from the England squad for the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers due to injury.

The Sunderland winger had a scan on Wednesday after picking up a minor thigh injury, and has returned to his club for treatment.

The recent signing from Manchester City will not feature in Friday's Group H match in Moldova or Tuesday's home game against Ukraine.

Out: Adam Johnson (left) has withdrawn from the England squad

Out: Adam Johnson (left) has withdrawn from the England squad