League One Match Halted: Linesman Injury Causes Unexpected Break in Play

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Unusual Interruption at Leyton Orient vs Wycombe

In an unforeseen twist during the early stages of the League One fixture, Leyton Orient’s game against Wycombe was temporarily suspended. The cause: an assistant referee suffered a muscle injury, halting the match in its tracks.

Assistant Referee’s Injury Prompts Social Media Update

Leyton Orient took to social media to inform fans of the pause in play, as the fourth official geared up to replace the injured linesman. The disruption in the game’s flow sparked a flurry of online commentary and slight confusion amongst the spectators.

Match Resumes After Brief Delay

Despite the hiccup, the game was back underway within minutes once the fourth official was ready to patrol the sidelines. The quick recovery helped to keep the disruption to a minimum, with players and fans eager to continue the action.

Scoreline Remains Unchanged as Play Restarts

At the moment the incident occurred, neither team had broken the deadlock, with the score still sitting at a goalless draw. The match resumed with both sides looking to take the advantage in what was still an evenly matched contest.

More Updates to Follow on Developing Story

As the situation unfolds, further details on the incident and its impact on the match will be provided. Stay tuned for the latest updates on this developing story.

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