Scunthorpe United goalkeepers both break arms in defeat to Bristol City

• Sam Slocombe and James Severn suffer same injury
• ‘I’m massively disappointed for them,’ says Mark Robins

Scunthorpe United lost two goals and two goalkeepers in their League One game at home to Bristol City, with both players suffering broken arms.

First Sam Slocombe was injured punching away a cross after eight minutes and had to be replaced by James Severn. He conceded Bristol City’s first goal, a 35th-minute penalty converted by Jay Emmanuel-Thomas. That had been given away by Andrew Boyce for a foul on Matt Smith – and seven minutes later Boyce found himself in goal.

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