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After the words of the captain of Rayados de Monterrey, where Duván Vergara’s injury was confirmed, and in which it was explained that more tests would be done to find out how long he will be out of action with the Monterrey team. Now, After these medical tests, it is known how many games the striped striker will miss.
According to the team’s official medical report, the striker has a “fibrillar edema in the posterior thigh of the left leg”, which is why it will be discharged will be “between two and three weeks”, being a period in which Víctor Manuel Vucetich will not be able to count on his services.
Considering this time in which he will be injured, Vergara would miss the games against Atlas, Querétaro, Necaxa and León, being four games in total that he could not play and his return is expected to be in Matchday 10 against FC Juárez that will be played on March 4.
Without a doubt, this is one of the less fortunate news for Vergara, a Colombian striker who was out of action for almost a year after being injured on January 22 against Cruz Azul due to a broken the cruciate ligament and lateral meniscus of the right knee.
“You have to wait and see what comes out, but it is better to miss one or two games than to miss one or two months. Most of all apologize for leaving like this in tears because people care, my family, all those who support me and are aware of the team”said the player after crying after his last injury, the one he suffered in the matchday 5 of the Clausura 2023 against Toluca.
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