Bundesliga: BVB star Marco Reus suffered an external ligament injury | football news

After the match, BVB fans celebrated the 1-0 win over Schalke while booing their captain. Marco Reus was injured in the local match and had to be carried off the field in great pain after 32 minutes of play.

Now everything is – at least a little – clear. The BVB captain tore his ankle. Initial fears of another very serious injury were not confirmed after detailed checks on Saturday.

The 33-year-old took to Instagram that night and wrote: “I’ll be back soon. I’ll never give up.”

World Cup 2022: World Cup facts about the German national team

  • Group: Group E
  • Group opponents: Japan, Spain, Costa Rica
  • Coach: Hansi Flick
  • Captain: Manuel Neuer
  • Participation in the World Cup: 19
  • World Championships: 4 (1954, 1974, 1990, 2014)
  • Latest World Championship ranking: Preliminary series (2018)
  • World Cup record: 67 wins, 20 draws, 22 losses
  • World Cup record scorer: Miroslav Klose (16 World Cup goals)
  • World Cup record player: Lothar Matthäus (25 World Cup games)

Reus’ World Cup is not in danger

Reus will have to cancel the upcoming international matches, but the injury does not jeopardize his participation in the World Cup. Nevertheless, Reus is missing from his Borussia team for the time being. But the downtime is weeks rather than months.

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For Borussia Dortmund, everything is clear for Marco Reus. The injury caused by the derby against Schalke 04 turned out not to be quite as serious as first feared.

“I can give some clarity,” said Borussia Dortmund sporting director Sebastian Kehl on Sunday morning. double input at sports 1: “Yesterday’s examination showed no fractures. He has a collateral ligament injury in his ankle, but not so serious that the World Cup would be in danger.” He hopes that “Marco will be available again in three or four weeks”.

Good luck with the accident – and still very bitter about BVB as Reus has been in top form for weeks.

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