Jun 30, 2014; Salvador, BRAZIL; Detailed view of the FIFA World Cup logo on an official Adidas soccer ball prior to the USA press conference at Estadio Roberto Santos prior to tomorrows 2014 World Cup match against Belgium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

World Cup: Christoph Kramer Of Germany Out With Head Injury

There has been an increased focus on head injuries and the lack of concussion protocol at this World Cup. With Javier Mascherano of Argentina and Alvaro Pereira of Uruguay both continuing after suffering head injuries and looking disoriented. In the latest incident, Christoph Kramer of Germany was knocked out of the World Cup with a head injury after a nasty collision with Ezequiel Garay of Argentina. The question is what should FIFA do about it? Should they give teams an extra subsitute? Would teams abuse that and how can FIFA stop them from abusing it? Here are some of the reactions on Twitter to Kramer’s head injury and substitution from the match:

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