Lionel Messi broke his correct lower arm on Saturday and will be sidelined for around three weeks, a noteworthy misfortune for him and Barcelona just before some imperative amusements.
The Barcelona hotshot will miss playing Inter Milan in the Champions League on Wednesday, and the Clasico against Real Madrid one weekend from now. He’ll miss three others, including the arrival amusement against Inter.
“It’s a critical misfortune. We will see his nonattendance,” Barcelona mentor Ernesto Valverde said. “We’ve played without him before. We will be set up to defeat this.”
Messi was harmed in the primary portion of Barcelona’s 4-2 win against Sevilla at Camp Nou Stadium. He was attempting to recover the ball when he kept running into the back of Sevilla midfielder Franco Vazquez and fell in the seventeenth moment. Endeavoring to pad his finding, Messi’s correct elbow twisted severely.
He was in unmistakable torment and was treated by group specialists. They wrapped his elbow with gauzes and the playmaker endeavored to proceed, yet he in the long run left the field.
Messi was taken to a center and the club said tests demonstrated a “break of the outspread bone.” The playmaker scored the group’s second objective with a shot from outside the region in the twelfth.