In Saturday’s match, Napoli’s winger collided with Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Marvin Philippe.
Mexico star Harung Lozano has been ruled out of the rest of the Gold Cup after a fierce clash with Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Maroon Phillip just 18 minutes into Saturday’s opener.
The collision occurred when Lozano was going to the box with the ball while two T&T guards were fighting. The Mexican star hit straight Philip, whose knee hit Luzano’s head.
Lozano was bloodied by the incident and is now expected to miss at least four to six weeks, leaving Mexico without one of its biggest stars. After a 0-0 draw.
What did you say
The Mexican federation said: “After the blow he suffered during the Mexico v Trinidad and Tobago game, Herung Lozano was taken to hospital where he was treated for severe blow to the neck and hyper-extension and received various medical studies. Gone. ” A statement.
“Forward had a wound on his left eyebrow repaired by a plastic surgeon, and after favorable results from the study, the athlete is already in the hotel to recover. However, a neurological diagnosis will be required after that.”
“At the moment, experts estimate the recovery to be four to six weeks, according to research.”
Lozano’s record with Mexico
Lozano has been one of Mexico’s most important players for many years, scoring 14 goals in 48 career hats.
He was a member of Mexico’s squad for the Copa Am امریکہrica Centaurio, the 2016 Summer Olympics, the 2017 Confederations Cup and, in particular, the 2018 World Cup.
Luzano, selected by head coach Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino, was one of several big names who chose to bring a strong team to the Gold Cup this summer as the second powerhouse in Conakry, the American men’s national team. , The European stars of the team without a different kind of squad.
Location of Lausanne
With Luzano coming out in just 18 minutes, the Mexican LA turned to Galaxy Starlet Afrin Alvarez, who recently committed L-Tree amid USMNT interest.
Alvarez was called by the USMNT in November after Greg Berhalter tried to include him in the program, but the 19-year-old midfielder now looks ready to use his skills to move on to Mexico’s senior team.