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Lys Mousset “Will Appear in Court in June” Following Car Crash in January

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Lys Mousset received a summons to appear in court on March 14th, 2021. The Sheffield United striker got summoned following a car crash at Sheffield on January 4th, by him. Thus, the Frenchman received charges of reckless driving and failure to halt the vehicle after the crash. The twenty-five-year-old Blades striker crashed his Lamborghini into a row of parked cars.

A few months after the incident, the South Yorkshire police released a statement to the media regarding the issues. In an interview on March 14th, 2021, a representative of the law said, “Lys Mousset will appear in court in June.”

Following that, his antics off the field have not deterred his chances of playing for Sheffield United in the future. The Blades find themselves in a horrific, with their relegation from the Premier League set in stone. Manager Chris Wilder has stepped down from his role as head coach following a shameful season in the EPL.

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Lys Mousset is asked to appear in court in the month of June by a spokesperson from the South Yorkshire police

Furthermore, the French striker is not akin to off-the-field antics. Following his bad form in a couple of games, Mousset revealed his reason to the media. In an interview on March 11th, 2020, he said, “I had family problems to deal with, and it left me with a clouded vision. Hence I could not give my all.”

The striker returned from injury recently and will appear against Leicester City on March 14th, 2021.

Lys Mousset will face Leicester City despite off-the field antics

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Mousset has a terrible record against Leicester

The Frenchman received a verbal reprimand from the officials at Sheffield United for his actions. Nevertheless, he will be allowed to play against the Foxes in the Premier League.

Lys Mousset has never had faced Leicester for more than forty-five minutes on the field. His record against them is not a threat to the Foxes in any way (there is none). Sheffield United also holds a terrible record against the former Premier League champions. The two sides have met on two previous occasions, and Leicester gained victory in both of them.

Therefore, the game at the King Power stadium would be the final nail in the coffin for the Blades and Mousset. Hopefully, the French striker can show his worth in the Championship and promote his side to the EPL again under new manager Paul Heckingbottom.


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