Garnacho injured his right ankle and is in doubt for the National Team

A few days after his trip to Argentina to join the team that will play two friendlies on the 23rd and 27th of this month in celebration of winning the World Cup in Qatar 2022, the Manchester United striker Alejandro Garnacho suffered a right ankle injury that questions his arrival in conditions for the matches with Panama and Curaçao.

Garnacho was only 17 minutes on the field in the match against Southampton for the 27th date of the Premier League and after being replaced, he left Old Trafford stadium with a protective boot on his right leg and on crutches. The youth of Spanish nationality but with an Argentine mother had entered after 28 minutes of the second half replacing Jadon Sancho, but he left the field six minutes later after taking a hard blow to the right ankle from defender Kyle Walter-Peters. who in his attempt to clear the ball, hooked the striker’s right ankle, in a play that was not considered a penalty by the judge.

The doctors assisted Garnacho who tried to continue on the court but the Dutch coach Erik ten Hag replaced him with the Brazilian Fred. Waiting for a medical part, ten Hag assured that he does not believe it is a serious injury. “It was a bad entry. I think he sprained his ankle. I didn’t want to take any chances, I wanted all the players 100 percent. I don’t think it’s that serious,” the Dutch coach said after the duel against Southampton.


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