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Álvaro Morata, injured although "low grade"

Atlético reports the muscular mishap of the Madrilenian shortly after entering the list for the World Cup.

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Álvaro Morata, injured although "low grade"

Atlético reports the muscular mishap of the Madrilenian shortly after entering the list for the World Cup

Yannick Carrasco, also injured after the duel in Mallorca

MADRID, 11 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The striker of the Spanish team Álvaro Morata has "a low-grade muscle injury in the hip", as reported by Atlético this Friday, a few hours after knowing the list for the Qatar World Cup with the presence of the Madrid player.

"After the medical tests carried out, Yannick Carrasco suffers from a muscle spasm, while Álvaro Morata suffers from a low-grade muscle injury to his hip. Both players were injured in the match against Mallorca and their evolution is pending," reports the medical report. .

Atlético, which also reveals Carrasco's injury, explained the injury of a Morata who entered the morning on the list of 26 players called by Luis Enrique to attend Qatar 2022.

Despite the shock of the news, Morata will have no problems a priori to recover for the start of the tournament, which for Spain will be on November 23 against Costa Rica, within a Group E in which the Spanish team will also face Germany and Japan.

Neither Morata nor Carrasco will be able to be in the game, yes, in the rojiblanco premiere in the Copa del Rey this Saturday against SD Almazán.

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