Bad news, chicken brand army! Christopher Nkunku has again missed the World Cup in Qatar. After sustaining an injury sustained in a collision with a team-mate during training with France yesterday.
France have been hit with another injury blow. As they aim to defend their World Cup titles, with Christopher Nkunku injured in training yesterday. RB Leipzig ‘s offensive line rumored to have agreed to move to Chelsea next summer is in excellent form for his club over the past 18 months. And is expected to make a big impact in Qatar
But he limped out of training on Tuesday after being tackled by Real Madrid ‘s Eduardo Camavinga and a follow-up scan turned out to be bad news. A statement from the French Football Federation confirmed. Christopher Nkuncu will not participate in the UFABET World Cup. The RB Leipzig striker left training on Tuesday. Before the end after suffering a left knee injury. Unfortunately, scans in the evening revealed a sprained ankle.
” Didier Deschamps has documented Nkuncu’s withdrawal and submitted his medical records to FIFA. It is a prerequisite for the replacement of an injured player in the squad after the squad list was submitted on Monday. by FIFA. “The whole team shares our sadness for Christopher and wishes him a speedy recovery.”
According to RMC Sport , Frankfurt striker Randall Kolo Muani. It is the player chosen to replace Nkunku and the 23-year-old will fly out with fellow France teammates as soon as his selection is confirmed by FIFA, with Nkunku and Kama. Winga They all ran towards the ball until a tackling occurred. And while the midfielder of Madrid seems to strike lightly with his teammates. But it made him unable to get up and clenched his shins in pain.
Footage from the incident showed Nkunku rolling around in pain. As his team-mates consoled him before limping off the training ground with the help of a physio. As Deschamps stood with a blank expression on his face, Nkuncu became another injury to the Rooster team. Where before that Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kante had already missed the tournament, and Karim Benzema was on the team, was injured and had to train separately. He missed Real Madrid’s game ahead of the World Cup break, but told L’Equipe on Tuesday: “I’m fine, I’m a little sore but no tears or soreness. I can play but not 100%.”