The instrumental tests this morning showed an elongation to the thigh for the Argentine and a low-grade injury for the Spaniard.
It could have been worse for Dybala and Morata. The result of the instrumental tests carried out at J Medical almost smiles at Max Allegri, who had already said in the post match with Sampdoria that he would have to do without both for the matches with Chelsea and Turin.
AFTER THE PARK
Dybala gets away with an elongation of the semitendinosus muscle of the left thigh: no injury, unlike the player himself who left the field in tears feared. It is a little worse for Morata, who reports a low-grade hamstring injury in his right thigh. Both will be available after the break for national team commitments, in the meantime they will be monitored by the club’s health staff in order to follow the progress of the recovery. Meanwhile, Allegri will have to find an alternative plan to face the next matches on the calendar, important for the journey in the league and for that in Europe. At the restart, then, it will be up to play against Roma, Zenit and Inter: Allegri at that point will want to have his experienced strikers back.
September 27, 2021 (change September 27, 2021 | 15:19)
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