Andy Robertson Injury Adds to Liverpool’s Challenges

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Another twist hits Liverpool FC‘s challenging season. Star defender Andy Robertson got injured while on international duty with Scotland.

This new problem joins the Reds‘ growing concerns. They have a packed fixture list coming up, and that includes the eagerly awaited Merseyside derby.

Robertson injured in Seville

Scotland played a crucial match against Spain in Seville. They wanted to qualify for Euro 2024. Not only did they lose 2-0, but they also saw their captain, Robertson, get injured.

Spain’s goalkeeper, Unai Simon, accidentally collided with Robertson. This clash hurt Robertson’s shoulder. Everyone realized the seriousness when Robertson, known for his toughness, left the pitch. Later, people spotted him wearing a sling.

After the game, Scotland‘s coach, Steve Clarke, shared the bad news. He said Robertson hurt his shoulder and would go back to Liverpool for more medical checks.

Liverpool Worry Before the Derby

This injury has come at a really bad time for Liverpool. Robertson, key to their defense, played all the time in Liverpool’s first eight Premier League games. With the Merseyside derby against big rivals Everton on October 21, everyone wonders if he’ll play.

Liverpool’s upcoming games won’t be easy. They have Premier League matches, two Europa League games, and an important Carabao Cup match. If their main left-back can’t play, this makes things even harder for Jurgen Klopp‘s team during this busy time.

Now, everyone at Anfield, including Klopp and his team, waits for news about Robertson. They hope he, one of their most reliable players, can come back soon.

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