Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has vowed to win the Premier League title for injured midfielder Aaron Ramsey.
The Gunners' win against Stoke over the weekend moved Arsenal to within three points of leaders Chelsea, but the victory was overshadowed by the horrifc injury sustained by Ramsey.
Ramsey suffered a double leg break after a challenge with Ryan Shawcross, which saw the Stoke defender red carded.
Bendter admitted he was shocked by the extent of the injury and accused Shawcross of being 'out of control' with the tackle.
Ramsey faces at least six months on the sidelines and Bendter insists everyone in the Arsenal squad is determined to win the championship for the young Welshman.
"To be honest, I don't care about my goal and the win. Aaron is one of my best friends and all my thoughts go to him. It is a totally horrifying injury," Bendtner told BT.dk.
"I was standing right next to Aaron, when it happened, and immediately there was no doubt at all, that he broke his leg. It was a terrible, totally mad tackle from Ryan Shawcross, and he is really smashing hard into Aaron.
Out of control
"I don't believe that anybody would try to intentionally to make an injury on another player, a fellow professional, but the way he is going into the tackle is out of control, and that doesn't belong anywhere.
"As far as I saw on the pitch, all the players from both teams were shocked, and so was I, because everyone could see how awful it was. Thomas (Sorensen) came up to me, and we were both really shocked.
"Afterwards we were told that Aaron will be out for at least six to nine months, and I feel that it is just so sad for him. Aaron is so young.
"I think about how bad I felt when I was out for three months with my groin injury and this is just so much worse for Aaron.
"But now we will go and win the title for Aaron."