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OFFICIAL: The PSG confirms the injury of Lionel Messi

Published:21/09/2021 - 14:46h

Updated:21/09/2021 - 16:51h

A magnetic resonance has confirmed a contusión osseous in the left knee of Lionel Messi. The medical services of the Parisian club expect to make other examinations in the next 48 hours to obtain more details

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Through a communiqué, Paris Saint-Germain has given to know that Lionel Messi has seen affected by a contusiòn in the high part of his left knee during the meeting of the Sunday in front of the Olympique of Lyon by the sixth date of Tie it 1, in which it was replaced.

The trainer Mauritius Pochettino ordered his replacement to the 77 minutes of the commitment of preventive way to avoid that his condition was worse. The Argentinian already dragged complications from the party in front of Venezuela by the eliminatory to the Glass of the World of Catar.

From the French capital confirmed the injury after practising him the pertinent examinations: "Lionel Messi, after the hit received in the left knee, subjected this morning to a magnetic resonance that confirms a contusión osseous, will make a new study in 48 hours".

Of this way, the ex captain of the FC Barcelona would remain totally descartado for the next party in front of the Metz. The Parisians advance like leaders in the tournament Frenchman with perfect record after obtaining the three points in each one of the six presentations that add to date.

Bouquets and Verratti recover

On the other hand, the communiqué also does reference to the situation of Sergio Bouquets and Marco Verratti. In the case of the Andalusian indicate that they continue the works of individual way, although desconoce the date of his debut. Meanwhile, the Italian already has returned to the trainings.

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