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Lukaku scares Belgium: he was injured again at Inter and worries little about the World Cup

Lukaku scares Belgium: he was injured again at Inter and worries little about the World Cup

Lukaku scares Belgium: he was injured again at Inter and worries little about the World Cup

The return of Romelu Lukaku to the ranks of Inter Milan, after his opaque time at Chelsea, generated great expectation, given that he had shown an impressive football version in Serie A in Italy. However, the Belgian striker has not been able to shine due to physical problems and a new injury will keep him off the pitch.

The footballer’s negative situation began on August 29, when he felt pain in his left leg during training. After undergoing rigorous medical tests, the scorer was diagnosed with a thigh flexor injury and had to undergo a long recovery period.

Since then, Lukaku has missed 12 games with Inter Milan and only returned to the pitch on October 26. Romelu’s comeback was brilliant, as he scored the last goal of the 4-0 win over Viktoria Plzen in the Champions League after just eight minutes on the pitch.

Then, a couple of days ago, the attacker came on in the 68th minute of the 3-0 victory over Sampdoria and although he couldn’t score, he gave positive signs for his continuity. However, the panorama changed this Monday: the ‘Nerazzurri’ indicated that the forward showed pain in his left thigh again.

As reported by Inter Milan, Lukaku, for now, will miss the clash against Bayer Munich on Tuesday, at the end of the Champions League group stage, and will undergo new medical examinations to determine the time he will be without activity. .

Despite the unfavorable circumstances, the Italian squad, in the first instance, trusts that Romelu will be in optimal conditions to play the World Cup with the Belgium team. In the same way, the club technically led by Simone Inzaghi does not intend to break the loan agreement with Chelsea, despite the striker’s injuries.

Source: Elcomercio

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