Everything was a shock. After falling at the Camp Nou against Betis (0-1), the squad of FC Barcelona He returned to work this Sunday at the Joan Gamper Sports City, in a recovery session in which midfielder Pablo Páez Gavira also participated. ‘Gavi‘, which except for surprise, will be on Wednesday in the Champions League against Bayern Munich.
The Sevillian player left the field on a stretcher yesterday in shock after receiving a ball from Bellerín and later went to the hospital to rule out any type of injury.
As is customary in post-match sessions, the footballers who played the most minutes against Betis did recovery work in the gym, and the rest exercised at a higher intensity.
Already on Saturday night, the club reported that the results had been “satisfactory” and that the young player of the Spanish team was discharged from hospital.
The Barça club, in fact, already hinted that there will be no problem for him to play, with a message on his Twitter account, with a photo of the Sevillian in the gym.
It will be this Monday, when the team will exercise again at the Sant Joan Despí facilities, to prepare for the decisive match of the Champions League next Wednesday against Bayern Munich, which will be known if Gavi will finally be part of the expedition or not.
The Blaugrana depend on themselves to reach the round of 16, but they will need to add the three points against the Bavarians.
Ansu Fati does not reach the ‘final’
The 19-year-old footballer suffered a muscle injury and on November 6 they announced that he requires five to six weeks to recover. Well, only four passed, but there was optimism in the medical corps and the Catalan technician command. However, according to the newspaper ‘AS’, the illusion ended after knowing the sensations of the attacker.
The idea was that Ansu Fati worked with the rest of his teammates last Friday, but that was postponed to this Sunday and there was a new postponement so as not to put the athlete’s health at risk. In this sense, the young man will miss the trip to Munich to face the duel against the current champion of Germany.
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