David De Gea acquired therapy for an harm at half-time throughout Spain’s 1-1 attract Sweden earlier than aggravating the issue and withdrawing within the second half, in line with Spain boss Robert Moreno.
The goalkeeper was ultimately pressured off after an hour on the Mates Area in Stockholm and will now face being dominated out of Manchester United’s Premier League conflict with Liverpool on Sunday.
De Gea hobbled out of the Euro 2020 qualifier following an innocuous-looking incident, having instantly grabbed the again of his thigh after clearing a again go from his personal participant.
He sat on the bottom in his six-yard field earlier than making his personal manner off the pitch accompanied by the Spanish medical group.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can be hoping the harm is just not critical, with a crunch conflict towards leaders Liverpool at Outdated Trafford simply 5 days away.
Requested concerning the harm in his post-match press convention, Moreno mentioned: “He had pain in the abductor muscle but he received treatment at half-time and wanted to keep playing. He gave us his word, but in the end he couldn’t continue.”
Spain have been behind on the time of De Gea’s departure due to Marcus Berg’s aim 10 minutes earlier however substitute Rodrigo poked house from shut vary in stoppage time to seal the purpose that Spain wanted to verify their place at Euro 2020.
After guaranteeing qualification for subsequent summer time’s finals, Moreno mentioned: “It’s a draw however it tastes like a victory for us, and doubtless a defeat for Sweden.
“I’m pleased with the group’s recreation and with the gamers. It was a tough recreation towards a rival that eradicated nice groups within the World Cup. We’re very completely happy.
“When you become a high-level team like Spain, it is an obligation to qualify. I want to remember (former manager) Luis Enrique and his family and dedicate this qualification to them also.”
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