With what appeared to be a leg injury, Mbappe left PSG’s Ligue 1 match against Montpellier in the 21st minute. After colliding with an opponent defender, he had needed treatment a short while earlier. Even though he was able to leave the field on his own, the 23-year-old was seen walking with a noticeable limp after the game. Mbappe will miss the club’s Champions League match against Bayern on February 14 since PSG has officially determined that the injury is severe enough to keep him out for the next three weeks.
Ramos is awaiting test results, the club stated in an official statement that officially confirmed the news. “Following examinations, it was discovered that Kylian Mbappe had a femoral biceps injury to the left thigh. He is anticipated to be sidelined for three weeks. Today, Sergio Ramos will undergo more testing “It reads as such.
Mbappe should be fully recovered in time for March 8 second leg match between PSG and Bayern.
The past few days have seen a string of injuries for PSG. With an adductor injury, Sergio Ramos also exited the 3-1 victory over Montpellier and might need some time off. While Neymar is still healing from an ankle injury sustained at the World Cup, he missed Wednesday’s game owing to tight muscles.
The PSG player will recover from his injury during the upcoming weeks with the goal of quickly joining the action again. When Christophe Galtier’s team plays Toulouse in their subsequent Ligue 1 game on Saturday, Mbappe won’t be there.