Chris Froome back in hospital after injuring thumb with kitchen knife

Chris Froome was compared into hospital for a second time this season after cutting his thumb using a kitchen knife.
The 34-year-old Team Ineos riders said that he had surgery on Friday to put the tendon on his left hand together after the collision.
Alongside a picture of him in a hospital bed with his arm in a sling, Froome composed that the caption:”Stupidly cut my thumb with a kitchen knife and needed to have surgery to set the tendon back together last night.
“Stuck providing up a horn for a couple of weeks. This is not my first year. Can’t wait for 2020.”
Froome began riding again in August.
He underwent surgery for six months after losing four pints of blood, in addition to suffering a fractured vertebrae, leg, knee and knee.
Froome was in hospital for more than a week and was forced to miss the Tour de France.
He is targeting a return to the Tour, where he’ll be hoping to win a title of next year.

Read more here: