DescriptionCaptain Seamus Coleman suffered a double leg fracture.Republic of Ireland captain Seamus Coleman will undergo surgery on a broken leg while facing a long season on the bench. Coleman, 28, suffered a double fracture of his right leg during Friday night's 0-0 World Cup qualifying draw with Wales at Dublin's Aviva Stadium. The Everton side was injured in a Wales challenge from wingback Neil Taylor, who was sent off as a result in the 69th minute. The patient was treated extensively on the pitch and was given oxygen as he had been comforted by his partner Shane Long, and finally. Coleman was taken directly to the University Hospital of San Vicente in the city, where he underwent surgery on Saturday morning in the tibia and right fibula. Capt. Seamus Coleman, who retires injured during the match, was operated on Saturday morning after fractured tibia and right fibula, under the care of orthopedic surgeon FAI, Professor John O'Byrne and Mr. Gary O'Toole, orthopedic surgeon, a Football Federation of Ireland FAI statement. Coleman's condition will be monitored over the next few days.Coleman was visited at the hospital by trainer Martin O'Neill and his assistant on Friday night as graphic images of the damages circulated on social networks. RTE television network did not show repetitions of the entry on the grounds of taste. FAI CEO John Delaney added: Seamus has been an excellent captain for his country, and on behalf of the FAI Board and everyone in the association, I want to send Seamus our best wishes. We look forward to welcoming Seamus back to Ireland. Team, after their recovery.