Press reports revealed that Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe will leave the France national team camp after it was confirmed that he was absent from the Ukraine and Finland matches scheduled in the European qualifiers for the upcoming World Cup 2022, due to the injury he sustained during his participation in his country’s match against his country yesterday, Wednesday, against Bosnia and Herzegovina, which ended in a 1-1 draw, in the confrontation that took place at the El Mino stadium in Strasbourg.
According to the French newspaper, L’Equipe, the Paris Saint-Germain star and top scorer left the French national team camp after the federation agreed to return to his club after leaving the accounts of Didier Deschamps, coach of the Duke.
The newspaper indicated that Mbappe was injured in the calf yesterday in the Bosnian match, and that the medical staff of the roosters team, did not discover serious damage to the injury, but decided not to risk his involvement after the discussion with Paris Saint-Germain.
France and Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe was injured in the last minutes of the match, as he felt a calf pain, and the Paris Saint-Germain striker was unable to complete the match and was replaced by Diaby in extra time.
Mbappe underwent a medical examination today, Thursday, to determine the nature of the injury and the length of his absence.
The French team leads the standings by 4 points from the runner-up Ukraine, while the Finland team comes in third with two points, while Kazakhstan is at the bottom of the standings with two points.
The roosters collected 8 points in their journey towards qualifying for the 2022 World Cup, as they achieved two victories against Kazakhstan and Bosnia and Herzegovina, in addition to two draws at the start of their campaign against Ukraine and yesterday against Bosnia again, and their players scored 5 goals and conceded two goals.