Bayern Munich top defender suffered injured blow
Bayern Munich’s top defender suffered an adductor injury during their match against Barcelona a the Allianz Arena in Germany as the French international defender Lucas Hernandez has suffered an adductor injury while playing against Barcelona in the Uefa Champions League matchday 2 in the group stage according to SB Nation.
This information was obtained from SB Nation as Hernandez has signed a contract with the Bavarian Giants and will be unable to play for Bayern Munich for a significant portion of the upcoming games due to the injury.
Hernandez’s team defeated Barcelona 2-0 on Tuesday night and the player was immediately taken to the hospital for an MRI scan which has confirms that the Bundesliga champions will be without Hernandez for a period of six weeks to two month as this information was obtained as a result of the scan.
Lucas opened the scoring for Bayern Munich in the Champions League but his night was cut short when he was forced to limp off the field with a grimace clutching his groin. Hernandez scored Bayern Munich’s first goal in the Champions League as well as the game’s first goal overall.
Sports Brief previously reported that Bouna Sarr, the right-back who was finally cleared to play for Senegal just before the Africa Cup of Nations, returned to Bayern Munich to a warm welcome. This news came just a few days after Sports Brief reported that Bouna Sarr had been cleared to play for Senegal.
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Bayern Munich officials led by the illustrious Oliver Khan, presented the Africa Cup of Nations champion with a cake and hosted a reception in his honor following the tournament’s conclusion as a token of appreciation for his achievements in Cameroon. The competition winner was recognized at a reception held in their honor and will be a potential replacement for Lucas Hernandez.