Neymar and Danilo are ruled out of Brazil’s game against Switzerland due to injuries


The Brazilian football organisation (CBF) announced on Friday that Neymar and Danilo will miss Brazil’s next encounter against Switzerland in the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022 due to ankle problems.A day after Brazil’s 2-0 victory against Serbia, team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar provided updates on the health of right-back Danilo and striker Neymar.

“After our game yesterday (Thursday), the players Neymar and Danilo began their treatment. Friday morning right now. They underwent a reassessment, and given the progress made in yesterday’s interview and today’s physical examination, we decided it was crucial to perform an MRI to obtain more information about the two players’ development “stated Lasmar in a statement from CBF.”The scans revealed a slight bone swelling and a lateral ligament lesion in Neymar’s right ankle. Danilo also suffered a medial ligament injury to his left ankle. Player treatment continues. It is crucial for us to maintain our composure and peace of mind. This assessment will be done every day so that we have the facts and can base the best decisions possible.

We already know that the two players won’t be available for our upcoming match, but they continue to receive treatment in an effort to make a full recovery in time for this competition “Added he.The top-of-the-table Group G matchup between Brazil and Switzerland will take place on November 28 at Stadium 974 in Doha. With three points apiece, the two clubs are in first place. The Brazilian athletes practised on the field once more on Friday at the Al Arabi Stadium in Doha. The majority of the players who started the Serbia match on the bench participated, while Antony stayed home because he wasn’t feeling well.

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