In tigers The alarms went off this Thursday after the club doctor’s report on the physical condition of André-Pierre Gignacwho suffered an injury last Tuesday during the game against FC Juárez.
The feline goalscorer managed to finish the match that ended 0-0, but after medical studies it was revealed that he suffers from “a grade one myofibrillar rupture”, which in sports is known as a “pull”, which prevented him from training today and probably play next Saturday.
“André-Pierre Gignac was diagnosed with a grade one myofibrillar rupture of the right thigh, so his return to group work is reserved for evolution”, the club published on its social networks to give the bad news to its fans, who from now on are already missing the fourth best scorer in the championship, with 5 goals.
Although The date on which the French will return to physical activity is unknown, The good news for Tigres is that they have a great team and they can rely on Nicolás Ibáñez, the individual scoring leader last tournament.
So far Tigres marches as the sub-leader of the Clausura 2023, only below Monterrey, which has 3 more points. Their next game will be on Saturday, February 18 against the red and black at the Jalisco stadium.
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