Henry's horror tackle played down by Wigan midfielder Gomez

02 October 2010 02:27
Wigan midfielder Jordi Gomez described Karl Henry's foul on him which saw the Wolves man sent off in this afternoon's Barclays Premier League clash as a "hard tackle".   [LNB]Henry was dismissed in the 11th minute of Wigan's 2-0 win for a wild challenge on the Spaniard.   [LNB] Crunch time: Karl Henry flies in on Wigan's Jordi Gomez[LNB]'It was a hard tackle but hopefully I'm okay,' Gomez said on Sky Sports 2.   [LNB]Team-mate Franco Di Santo said: 'I think it was very bad.' [LNB]Gomez admitted he was an important victory for Wigan, who had scored just two league goals going into the game.  [LNB] 'After six game without a win at home we needed a win. It was a very good performance,' he said.   [LNB] No hesitation: Lee Mason was quick to dismiss a distraught Henry[LNB]'We only had two goals but the team is keeping working and the goals will come and today we scored two.'[LNB]Wigan boss Roberto Martinez revealed he feared Gomez had broken his leg in Henry's challenge.   [LNB]'It was very unfortunate, straight away I just felt it was broken leg,' he said on Sky Sports 2. 'I was very worried.'  [LNB]Martinez praised the performance of his players in the second half, two goals in the final 25 minutes giving them victory.   [LNB]'I'm just so proud of the players, they got together, they played as a team and created chance after chance.   [LNB]'The way we found solutions in the second half was very pleasing.' [LNB] Wigan 2 Wolves 0: Gomez and Rodallega seal win after Henry sees redPREMIER LEAGUE LIVE: Wigan 2 Wolves 0 - the action as it unfolded from the DW Stadium[LNB] [LNB]  

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