World Cup 2022: France in trouble at Qatar 2022: Christopher Nkunku misses World Cup with injury

France loses one of its attacking references. Christopher Nkunku, R.B. Leipzig striker, has seen his World Cup come to an end before it has even begun. In an action with Camavinga in training on Tuesday, the striker went to the ground with a sore left knee. After undergoing medical tests, the French national team has issued a statement explaining that Nkunku will not be able to take part in the World Cup and is leaving the training camp.

How did Nkunku get injured?

La secuencia del encontronazo que deja a Nkunku fuera del Mundial

“Christopher Nkunku will not take part in the World Cup. The RB Leipzig striker left Tuesday’s training session before the end with an injury to his left knee. Unfortunately, radiological examinations carried out in the evening revealed that it was a sprain.”

The French Football Federation says that a medical file has been sent to FIFA so that the injured player can be replaced. The name of Christopher Nkunku’s replacement will be announced once FIFA has validated the medical file. According to RMC Sport, the replacement could be Eintracht Frankfurt striker Randal Kolo Muani.

Nkunku’s absence joins those of Kimpembe, Pogba and Kant, three other key players in the French national team who will not be able to defend the title in Qatar.

Tom Brady in danger? Bayern Munich injury curse haunts the legendary QB

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has played in dozens of different stadiums throughout his career, however, he has never played where he will this Sunday as his team will have the honor of hosting the Seattle Seahawks in the first NFL regular season game in Germany.

Bayern Munich complete Mane signing

The Bayern Munich curse

The game will take place at the Allianz Arena, home of the most winning team in the history of the Bundesliga and one of the biggest in the world, FC Bayern Munich, however, this fairy tale has a dark side, as in the last two games of this German giant two of its best players have left with worrying injuries.

Alphonso Davies breaks down in tears at Canada’s return to the World Cup

In the first instance, Canadian left back Alphonso Davies had to leave the match against Hertha Berlin due to a fibrillar rupture that initially seemed to cost him his participation in the World Cup in Qatar 2022, however, after undergoing further tests, the Maple Leaf’s best player will be present at the world’s top soccer tournament.

Will Sadio Mane miss the World Cup?

Tom Brady: “That was f***ing awesome”

Unfortunately, it seems that the same fate will not befall one of the world’s star strikers, Sadio Mane, who looks set to miss out on playing for Senegal in Qatar 2022 after having to leave the game against Werder Bremen with a knee tendon problem.

Mane’s absence has not been made official, but it is unlikely that he will see him at the World Cup despite being the man who secured his team’s last-gasp passage to the tournament, which begins on November 20.

Brady is clearly the most famous and important player who will be present at the Allianz Arena this Sunday, but recent events are not necessarily the best news for the seven-time Super Bowl winner.

World Cup 2022: Alphonso Davies injury update: Canada dodges a bullet as Maple Leaf’s best player will be good to go in Qatar 2022

Alarm bells went off in Canada, as their best player, Alphonso Davies, suffered an injury in the last game of Bayern Munich, and the worst was expected for the team of the Maple Leaf, but the result of the medical studies showed that the winger will be in Qatar 2022 with his National Team.

Bayern Munich confirms Davies will be at Qatar 2022

Alphonso Davies breaks down in tears at Canada’s return to the World Cup

Bayern is going to have to be without Alphonso Davies for the last two Bundesliga matches before the break,” the club explained in a statement, specifying that “the Canadian international’s participation in the Qatar 2022 World Cup is not in jeopardy.”

Davies came on in the 62nd minute of Bayern Munich’s win in Berlin against Hertha. The left-back suffers a “muscle tear in the back of the right thigh,” medical tests in Munich revealed, the German champion club explained.

Canada is in the second World Cup in its history

He cannot play this Tuesday against Werder Bremen at the Allianz Arena and then in Gelsenkirchen against Schalke 04 on Saturday. Although it was confirmed that he will be with Canada in their second World Cup since they went to Mexico 1986.

Canada kicks off its World Cup-2022 on November 23 against Belgium in a Group F that includes Morocco and Croatia.

Bundesliga: Player kicked in the face by his own physio just seconds after head collision

VfL Bochum were hammered 3-0 away at Dortmund on Saturday. Things don’t look for the newly promoted side who have won just two games in 13, losing ten and drawing just one.

Things got almost comically bad in the second half for the team. With the score line already at 3-0, two Bodchun players (Anthony Losilla and Cristian Gamboa) clashed heads in a slight mix up as they attempted to stop a dangerous Dortmund counter attack in the 76th minute.

Both players fell to the floor after the heavy blow and the referee stopped the game shortly after to allow them to be attended my medical staff. But, as the medic ran over to Losilla, he slipped over and ended up kicking the player in the head. Fortunately, he was just wearing flat trainers and not studs, meaning that blow was softened slightly.