[Varane groans in pain] “Erik ten Hag” waits for news from the Manchester United medical team
Manchester United (MU) player Raphael Varane groans in pain on the pitch during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester United and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge Stadium in London
Manchester United ( MU ) manager, Erik ten Hag, is still waiting for the results of a medical test on Raphael Varane. The French defender was crying while covering his face because he was in pain holding an injury when he met Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Saturday (22/10/2022) night WIB.
MU stole an important point thanks to Casemiro’s late goal, precisely in the 90’+5 minute. Chelsea took the lead through Jorginho’s goal .
Unfortunately for MU, one point must be paid dearly after Varane suffered an injury. He was wrongly focused after the duel with Chelsea striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Quoted from BBC Sport , Raphael Varane had forced himself to continue playing before being replaced by Victor Lindelof. Now, Erik ten Hag is just waiting on how severe the injury suffered by his flagship defender.
Don’t know Erik ten Hag couldn’t say much about Raphael Varane’s injury. He can only hope that the former Real Madrid will not experience serious problems.
Injury Subscription Erik ten Hag entrusts Raphael Varane to fill Manchester United’s defensive post with Lisandro Martinez. His contribution is quite satisfactory by making 2.4 successful tackles and 4.8 sweeps per game. He is also able to win 2 aerial duels per game. Raphael Varane received a rating of 6.84 by Whoscored.
Varane, whose England career has been hampered by injury since joining from Real Madrid in the 2021 summer transfer window, refused to leave the pitch on a stretcher but walked around the perimeter with his face in his shirt and was later buried in his hands.
Casemiro’s header in injury time canceled out Chelsea’s win at Stamford Bridge and kept United in the top four of the Premier League.
Varane is in danger of failing to participate in the 2022 World Cup if his injury does not go away. 1 2