A soccer player shouted "you can see his f***ing bone" after his teammate suffered a nasty injury.
The incident took place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium during a fourth-round FA Cup replay on Wednesday night. There, Shang Long canceled out Jack Stephens' goal to even the score for Southampton in the 34th minute.
However, for some, the match was overshadowed by a bad injury sustained by Saints midfielder James Ward Prowse to his knee. The match was halted as Ward Prowse was given oxygen while receiving treatment.Watch the shocking incident below:
While Ward-Prouse appeared to handle the injury well, his calmness couldn't have been helped by Long who, in the video above, shouts: "F*** me, you can see his f***ing bone!"
He was subsequently given oxygen and removed from the field by medics, and it was later revealed that his injury, though gruesome, wasn't believed to be as serious as first feared.
"I'm happy that Prowsey's injury is not that bad," Ralph Hasenhuttl said after Southampton's 3-2 defeat.
"That would've been horrible - to lose the game and lose him for longer, so this is the positive thing.
"It's only a cut on the knee - a deep one and you could see the bone, so it will take a little bit of time to heal, but if it was a ligament injury, it would be more of a problem for us.’
Jose Mourinho went on to praise his players for their performance in the game, saying: "My team performance was in the limits. It was in the limits for me with players available and not available. It was in the limits for them because two days ago they played such an incredible match.
"We suffered. We played against a very good team, we played against a team that was the best team on the pitch but we deserved to win because we were in our limits."
Mourinho continued: "They had their best players, they had one more day rest, they were fresh.
"I think I did very well because I had to manage a team with so many difficulties. I changed from the back five to the back four in the moment when I could. Then Dele Alli became the link.
"The players [played with their] souls, and heart and gave absolutely everything. Four matches over two rounds, really hard for the boys. They deserve this happiness."