Barcelona Star Injured- A Big Blow for their Champions League Against PSG
By Love_n_Romance | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 2349 views
Barcelona is currently battling with injuries, making their season not as great as it used to be. Big boys in the camp like Pique, Fati, Coutinho are all on the injury list. The club is having one tough game to play in 12 days time for which is very crucial to their fans and the entire world, considering what happened in the last champions league game against Bayern Munich.
Unfortunately, Right back Sergio Roberto would miss the clash against PSG due to a thigh injury he recently recover from. The player became disconfort and went out in the 57th minute of the copa del Rey match against Granada.
This posses a big blow to the club because, Sergino Dest is having his own challenges for which right back Mingueza to would have to be covering. This challenges may put the club's defense on the weaker side for the likes of Neymar and his cohorts to explore in the upcoming champions league tie.
what is the way forward?
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