Cho Kyu-sung, minor hamstring injury

“needs 2 weeks rest” could play A-League in September

Denmark international striker Cho Kyu-sung (Mitwillan) will be resting for about two

weeks due to a minor hamstring injury.

“During the game, 토토 Cho Kyu-sung felt pain near his right thigh and underwent a

magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, which confirmed a hamstring injury,” Yoon

Ki-young, a representative of Cho’s agent, Info Korea, told News1 on Feb. 22. “He was

diagnosed as needing two weeks of rest.”

He started the 2023-24 Danish Superliga Round 5 home match against Brønnby at the

MCH Arena in Henning, Denmark, on Nov. 21 (KST) as a frontline striker, but was substituted

in the first 20 minutes by Junior Brumadou. 안전놀이터 The industrious midfielder felt discomfort

in his right thigh and was soon forced off the field.

Luckily, it turned out to be a minor injury and Klinsmann breathed a sigh of relief. After being

diagnosed with a two-week layoff, Cho is likely to be included in England’s September squad

for the trials against Wales (Sept. 8) and Saudi Arabia (Sept. 13).

Mitwillan, on the other hand, is an emergency. With a 2023-24 UEFA Conference League final

qualifier against Polish giants Legia Warsaw, they will be without their star striker.

Jo Kyu-sung, who joined the club this summer, has led the team’s offense with four goals in

nine games, 스포츠토토 including a goal in three consecutive league games.

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