Honduras Midfielder Luis Garrido Suffers Sickening Knee Injury, Gruesome NSFW Images & Videos Of Dislocation Will Leave You Aghast

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Those of you with a weak stomach won’t want to read ahead. The sickening images and videos of Luis Garrido’s horrific cruciate ligament injury, which he suffered when a member of the opposition collapsed on top of his leg, forcing his knee to buckle, will make even the sturdiest individual contemplate vomiting.

There is graphic content ahead, so if you don’t want to see pictures of this horrific injury then please don’t proceed.

Luis Garrido was rushed to hospital on Tuesday night after he suffered his injury during Honduras’ World Cup qualifying defeat by Mexico. It has since been confirmed that Garrido has damaged four ligaments in his leg. He also dislocated his right knee too.

However, the pictures would leave you under the impression that Garrido’s leg had snapped and broken in two. You can now check Mexico’s Javier Aquino collapsing, with his full weight, on top of Luis Garrido’s leg, below.

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I told you that it was rather painful to see. Admit it, just looking at the above image immediately sent a jolt of pain through your body and all the way to your knee. Or, maybe, you were just instantly overwhelmed with a feeling of nausea instead. Both reactions are completely understandable.

But despite the feeling of revulsion that is still reverberating inside you, I know that you want to see more. So here’s another image of Luis Garrido’s image that was snapped a moment later.

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What makes the above images even more remarkable is the fact that Luis Garrido doesn’t even seem to have noticed, while, for some reason, Javier Aquino appears to be howling in pain.

Garrido, who plays professionally for the Houston Dynamo, was replaced by Arnold Peralta in the 43rd minute of the contest, while early estimates, via the Daily Mail, are that he will be unable to play for at least a year.

But before you start blaming Javier Aquino for putting Garrido through such pain, it should be revealed that Aquino was actually pushed over by Wilmer Crisanto, who was playing for Honduras as a right back. The unlucky injury was also simply the result of an on-the-field incident too, which basically means that there really isn’t anyone to blame.

To prove once and for all how innocuous the challenge was, check out this Vine of the tackle below. Warning: It is umpteen times more nauseating that the photos.

Nurse Celia Garcia, who attended to Garrido at the Cemesa hospital after the injury, insisted that the defensive midfielder was “calm, although hurt.”

Speaking to Diez, via ESPNFC, Oscar Benitez, the team doctor for Honduras, explained, “Garrido suffered a dislocation [of his right knee] and damaged four ligaments.”

Benitez admitted that Garrido’s injury could have been even more severe if not for the intervention of the Mexican medical team, who decided to assist Honduras’ medical staff.

To make matters even worse for Honduras, Mexico ultimately went on to win the game 2-0, which means that Garrido and his teammates still don’t have a point in their World Cup qualifying campaign. They also lost to Canada last Friday during another qualifying match.

[Photo by Fernando Antonio/AP Images]