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Man United And France Defender Raphael Varane Must Wait 24 Hours To Learn Their World Cup Injury Status

This blog article discusses how Varane got injured and what the severity of the injury is. The article also reveals that France will have to wait up to 24 hours to find out whether or not they will be able to use Varane in the World Cup.

Raphael Varane will have to wait 24 hours to find out if he will play in the World Cup with France next month. He left the field in tears after getting hurt in the 60th minute of Manchester United’s 1-1 draw at Chelsea.

The 29-year-old defender seemed to hurt his knee when he tried to stop Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from receiving a pass from Chelsea. He was treated for a long time on the field before being replaced by Victor Lindelof.

Even though he was offered a stretcher, the former Real Madrid center-back was able to walk off the field. The 2018 World Cup winner was visibly upset as he hobbled around the perimeter before talking to manager Erik ten Hag on the sideline.

Ten Hag said after the game that it was too soon to know how bad the injury was and that Varane would likely find out how bad it was on Sunday.

“It’s hard to say how it is now because the game happened so recently,” Ten Hag said. “We have to wait for 24 hours to find out what it is. “We all saw him fall, but in this case, we have to wait for the medical team to do their job and figure out what’s wrong.

“We can tell he’s upset, but we have to wait because we don’t know what to do. “Once we know what’s going on, we can come to a conclusion.” After Jorginho’s penalty in the 87th minute, Casemiro tied the game with a header in stoppage time. This gave United a point.

“We all saw him fall, but in this case, we have to wait for the medical team to do their job and figure out what’s wrong. “We can tell he’s upset, but we have to wait because we don’t know what to do. “Once we know what’s going on, we can come to a conclusion.”

After Jorginho’s penalty in the 87th minute, Casemiro tied the game with a header in stoppage time. This gave United a point. But Ten Hag said that Marcus Rashford and Antony should have scored when they had chances because United dominated the game.

“Rashford had two big chances in the first half, while Antony only had one,” Ten Hag said. “In these situations, you have to score goals because, in top games, three chances is a lot. You must get a goal.

“We ran the game, and I’m glad about that. If you give up a goal late, it’s hard. “But I think the outcome is fair. I would have been sad if we didn’t get a point, even though we didn’t deserve it.m”It was hard to get here all week, but you make the point.”

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