Pumas: Lillini warned that Marco García may have a bone injury

Pumas He overcame everything to beat Queretaro. During the match in Corregidora, the UNAM squad presented some injuries that complicated the development of the game, where the most delicate thing would be Marco Garcia, who apparently has a fracture.

“Sad about the injury of Marco Garcia, at first the doctor’s diagnosis is not favourable.

“What about Marco, the first impression of the doctor is that they should take him to the Mexico City to remove plates and know the degree of the injury. At first glance, it is a bone injury and we hope that his recovery will be quick, that it will be something very simple and that we will move forward”, Andrés Lillini explained in a conference.

The Argentine helmsman also explained that during the warm-up Higor Meritao suffered an injury that almost prevented him from participating, in addition to Efrain Velarde asked for his change due to seasickness.

“We have a team with a lot of character. We did not go into this game well. In the warm-up there was a situation with a player who was injured and it seemed that we were not going to be able to put him on at the last minute, but he ended up playing and it was Meritao. The team entered deconcentrated.

“Chispa felt bad, he was dizzy, he calmed down and at the end of the first half he told me that he couldn’t take it anymore,” he said.

Lillini made it clear that he trusts his basic forces to supply any element that causes loss due to injury or suspension.

“First recover from tomorrow. I always said it, I have 25 players that when the tournament starts I tell them that I am going to fully trust them, I trust what I have. If that’s not enough, let’s go down, I’m in this club to return to the quarry of Pumas. I am reiterative in saying the project for these guys to consolidate. I’m going to get hold of them,” he concluded.

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