The Atlético de Madrid player played better against Australia, and launched a starting cry. However, a strained right hamstring could put him out of the game.
Rodrigo de Paul revealed that the heavy responsibility he feels at Qatar 2022 is preventing him from really experiencing the World Cup properly, but that he will appreciate the experience more over time. However, the rojiblanco footballer could be forced to watch his team’s quarterfinals against the Netherlands from the stands, while his teammates try to advance to the semifinals.
According to Esteban Edul, the Argentine midfielder did not train this Wednesday with the rest of his team, and could also be out of action.
The prestigious journalist assured that De Paul has suffered a series of twinges in the right femoral biceps that have prevented him from training to the maximum.
For this reason, Lionel Scaloni will aim for the player to be back before the game, but he is already thinking about replacements.