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Erik ten Hag: Garnacho’s Injury ‘Serious’, Blames Team’s Bad Luck

Erik ten Hag: Garnacho's Injury 'Serious', Blames Team's Bad Luck

Manchester United youngster Alejandro Garnacho is set for a spell on the sidelines after suffering a serious injury in the game against Southampton. The injury was sustained after a heavy tackle from Kyle Walker-Peters, which forced the player to be substituted off the pitch. United boss Erik Ten Hag confirmed that the injury is serious and it will take several weeks for Garnacho to recover.

Ten Hag expressed his frustration with the manner in which the injury was sustained, stating that it was a foul. He also highlighted the fact that it is the second time this season that United have suffered a serious injury after contact, following Christian Eriksen’s collapse during the Euro 2020 tournament.

Despite the setback, Ten Hag remains confident that Garnacho will return before the end of the season. He stated that the player’s recovery is a priority for the club and they hope to get him back as soon as possible.

Garnacho himself expressed his disappointment at missing out on important games for both Manchester United and the Argentinian National Team. However, he remains focused on his recovery and is determined to come back stronger than ever.

The injury to Garnacho is a blow for Manchester United, who are currently fighting for a top-four finish in the Premier League. The club has already suffered a number of injuries this season, including long-term absences for Marcus Rashford and Edinson Cavani.

Despite these setbacks, United have shown resilience and determination in recent weeks, winning their last three games in all competitions. The team will be hoping to continue this form as they prepare for their upcoming fixtures.

In conclusion, the injury to Alejandro Garnacho is a setback for Manchester United, but the club remains focused on his recovery and is confident that he will return before the end of the season. The team will need to continue their recent good form if they are to achieve their goals this season.

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