Bacca will miss games against Ivory Coast and JapónEfe | Sao Paulo, Brazil | Published June 16, 2014
Colombia striker Carlos Bacca, suffers a contraction in the quadriceps muscle in his right leg and will be between five and seven days off, so will miss at least Thursday's clash against Ivory Coast.
The evidence to which I was subjected Sevilla striker Sunday, today, Monday, revealed that the player suffers the coffee combined contracture.
Bacca was injured in training on Sunday, dedicated to the men of the Colombian team that did not participate in the match against Greece in the first round of Group C Brazil 2014 and the final part of the session, when shooting at a stretch a door, he felt a prick and he retired from disgruntled lawn accompanied by the doctor.
Although there was fear in the delegation of Colombia that the disease was higher and the front was low final for the remainder of World, the resonances have revealed that the player will have to remain outside the group for 5 to 7 days.
Bacca take their next days to recover and rest based Physiotherapy management.
Sevilla striker will miss surely the next match against Ivory Coast in Brasilia on Thursday but could be on time the last of the first phase, to Japan, the 24th, in Cuiabá, depending on the evolution of the disease.
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Interesting read,so help me out here,what do think the result will be against Ivory coast?I am thinking of backing Colombia but maybe a draw will suit both teams,though I did like the way Colombia played against Greece.