Stuttgart's Christian Gentner Fails to Fix Martin Harnik's Dislocated Shoulder

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterApril 28, 2014

Christian Gentner must have thought he was doing VFB Stuttgart team-mate Martin Harnik a favour when he tried to quickly pop his seemingly dislocated shoulder back in—but it quickly transpired that he was not a first-aid expert.

Striker Harnik went down in a challenge during a Bundesliga match against Hannover.

While it can often be a good idea to get the shoulder back in quickly—this Wikihow guide has some useful tips—Gentner clearly didn't get it quite right, as Harnik's grimace showed.

Harnik was withdrawn 78 minutes into the match in the 0-0 draw, and he could be a doubt for the rest of the season.

[Bundesliga, YouTube] 

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