The forward of the national team Ukraine, Artem besedin who suffered a serious entry in the Round of 16 match of the Eurocup that your team played against Sweden On Wednesday, he did not suffer a torn ligament in his left knee, but suffers an injury that will keep him off the pitch for three to six months.

Tests the Ukrainian international underwent a few hours ago in Kiev, where he was transferred from Glasgow after the game at Hampden Park, have ruled out fractured ligaments, which was what doctors feared after initial scans.

However, the resonance that has been made to the soccer player of the Dinamo has detected a partial tear of the cruciate and lateral ligaments and the damaged tibia. “After a detailed study of the results, the time that the player will need to recover will be specified, although the doctors predict that he will be between three and six months off,” indicates the Ukrainian Football Association.

The President of the Football Association of Ukraine, Andriy Pavelko He was confident that “the operation is not necessary” and ventured that if the doctors allow it, Besedin could travel with his wife to Rome on Saturday to witness the Quarterfinal match of the Eurocup against England. “So that he is close to the team,” the president advanced.

Besedin, who had replaced Roman Yaremchuk, was subjected to a hard tackle at the height of his left knee from the Swede Marcus Danielson, who was sent off with a red card by Italian referee Daniele Orsato after going to the VAR.

The forward of the Dynamo Kyiv he had to withdraw from the grass of the Hampden Park stadium in Glasgow supported by two members of the medical services of the Ukrainian team. The footballer was transferred to Kiev early in the morning on Wednesday to undergo a medical examination and begin the treatment to follow.



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