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Karin Benzema will miss World Cup through injury: France star leaves squad ahead of Qatar opener with hamstring problem

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by Karim Benzema participation with France on the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar ended after Actual Madrid striker suffered harm in his first full coaching with the champions the crew introduced🇧🇷

The 34-year-old Ballon d’Or holder needed to pull out of Saturday’s coaching early, which instantly prompted concern from Didier Deschamps’ teaching workers.

Exams at ASPETAR’s services in Doha confirmed Benzema suffered a left thigh harm vital sufficient to rule him out of the French marketing campaign this winter. CBS Sports activities understands that early indications recommend he can be sidelined for 4 to 6 weeks, with the expectation that his crew, Actual, will perform their very own scans to substantiate the severity of the harm.

Benzema performed simply 27 minutes final month and suffered knee and hamstring issues earlier than this newest setback, suffered with out bodily contact with anybody else.

Earlier than the opening recreation of France vs. Australia at Al Janoub Stadium on Tuesday, Deschamps has till Monday to call a substitute – 24 hours earlier than Les Bleus’ first recreation and deadline.

Benzema and defender Rafael Varane had been coaching individually since France’s congregation in Clairefontaine and this was the pair’s first session with their teammates.

Christopher Nkunku had already been drastically dominated out with an harm in coaching earlier than leaving France and was changed by Randal Kolo Muani Whereas Marcus Thuram was additionally added to the touring group after the preliminary announcement.

Presnel Kimpembe was additionally dominated out by means of harm and changed by Axel Diasi whereas Paulo PogbaN’Golo Kante, and Mike Maignan had been already out of motion earlier than Deschamps selected his crew.

Benzema has 5 La Liga objectives up to now this season for Actual, which he helped win the most recent UEFA Champions League marketing campaign.

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