Thu 02 September 2021 | 21:20

Kylian Mbappe leaves France squad due to calf injury

The French Football Federation confirmed Kylian Mbappe has been ruled out of France’s World Cup qualifiers against Ukraine and Finland after picking up an injury during their 1-1 draw with Bosnia & Herzegovina.


Paris Saint-Germain

striker sustained a calf injury and was taken off in injury time in their 1-1 draw against

Bosnia & Herzegovina


Kylian Mbappe

will now return to Paris and rest but he will miss two crucial World Cup qualifiers in the coming days against





"On Wednesday in Strasbourg, at the end of the match against Bosnia-Herzegovina (1-1), Kylian Mbappe felt a pain in his right calf which does not allow him to participate in the next two matches of the French team, in Ukraine on Saturday and against Finland in Lyon-Décines next Tuesday,"

the FFF announced in a statement published on the federation's official website


"The Paris-SG striker has been made available to his club. He will leave the group in the evening and will not be replaced for the trip to Ukraine."

PSG are now hoping that the calf injury will not affect the forward's availability once the international break comes to an end.

The French side will be back in action in Ligue 1 on September 11, when they host Clermont at Parc des Princes.

source: SportMob

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