Juan Escobar, on the floor for about 6 months due to a ruptured cruciate ligament
The bad news don’t stop Blue Cross, when the image began to brighten; however, the list of injured players does not stop. After John Escobar left the field of play last Saturday against Querétaro Due to knee discomfort, the Paraguayan will eventually undergo surgery.
The sky blue defender suffered a torn posterior cruciate ligament, which will be treated by the doctor Raphael Ortegatherefore the ‘Potro‘ Gutierrez he won’t be able to rely on any of his key players for the rest of the tournament, as there’s an estimated six-month period that Escobar won’t be able to see any activity
It should be mentioned that the Paraguayan started as a starter against the Gallos and even continued in the complementary part, but the defender started with a discomfort in the right knee which ended up lying on the grass, eventually leaving the field of the Aztec Stadium.
The bottom of John Escobar adds to the absence of the defense too Ramiro Funes Moriwho suffers from a muscle ailment, and midfielder Rafael Baca, who will serve his suspended two-game suspension the next day after being shown a red card at the Classic A young man by committing a hard tackle on Henry Martin.
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