Euro 2016: Kyle Lafferty 'fine' after injury scare, says Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill
Kyle Lafferty is expected to be fit for Northern Ireland's opening Euro 2016 game after a major injury scare today.
The striker took a knock after sliding in for a challenge during a workout on Tuesday morning.
Lafferty will be assessed after training session, further update due this afternoon— Adrian Rutherford (@arutherfordNI) June 7, 2016
He was immediately taken away by assessment by concerned Irish FA staff.
However, manager Michael O'Neill later said he will be fit for Sunday's opening game against Poland.
O'Neill said: "He's fine, it was precautionary - there are no major concerns there.
"It was a little twist but on examination we don't expect any issues at all."
The 28-year-old cored seven times during the qualifying campaign
Northern Ireland kick off their Euro finals campaign on Sunday against Poland in Nice.
Immediately after reports of the clash circulated on social media, fans began posting the #PrayforKyle.
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