Barcelona have announced that Gerard Piqué, according to the first explorations, suffers a knee sprain despite the fact that this Sunday they will carry out more tests to confirm this first diagnosis. If so, the central defender of the culé team would be out for about two months.
The alarms went off in Barcelona when game time was slightly exceeded. Gerard Piqué was hurting on the ground after Ángel Correa, that had been shot down, involuntarily fell on the leg supported by the defender. His knee bent in a worrying way and the worst omens about a breakage of the crusader haunted the Barça club.
Gerard Piqué needed the club’s medical services to come to treat him and to be helped out of the field of play as he put his hands to his face and cried inconsolably, already aware of the seriousness of the injury. Now, the first scans of the club seem to confirm that it is a sprain, although If the tests carried out this Sunday project a cruciate ligament tear, the time off would be between 4 and 6 months.
Sergi Roberto, also touched
Another of the players who ended the match against Atlético de Madrid injured was Sergi Roberto, who put his hand to his right thigh when he fired a distant shot. The club has reported that it suffers a muscle injury to the rectus femoris, so they will have to carry out more tests to know the real extent of the discomfort.