“My ribs may have cracked”…Japan’s Emergency! Following Mitoma, Kubo may be injured

Spanish media Mundo Deportivo reported on the 22nd (Korea Standard Time) that “Kubo Takefusa felt uncomfortable with Alcaraz’s punch. He expressed his fear that his ribs could be cracked.” Kubo’s Real Sociedad met Kadis in the 18th round of the 2023/24 season La Liga at the Estadio Nuevo Mirandiya in Cadiz, Spain, on the 22nd (Korea Standard Time) and tied the match 0-0.

It was Kubo’s time of suffering itself. He beat Ruben Alcaraz in the 44th minute of the first half while Kubo was breaking through. Alcaraz immediately hit Kubo in the side with his hand. It was far from normal defensive action. Kubo collapsed and received first aid from medical staff. However, the referee did not take out the card.

Kubo’s struggle continued. In the 44th minute of the second half, Alcaraz completely grabbed the ball and pulled him while Kubo was moving forward in Sociedad’s camp. Kubo tried to shake it off, but Alcaraz threw him to the ground instead of letting him go. Kubo strongly protested against the rough foul, and players from both teams collided. 메이저 토토사이트

Despite the two fouls, the referee only gave Alcaraz a yellow card once. Kubo showed his discontent with the decision by posting a video of himself being fouled on social media. He is also concerned about his injury. Kubo said, “Maybe I have a crack in my ribcage. I don’t know because I didn’t do the test, but it hurts. My feeling is that I got punched in boxing. I don’t know what will happen. I wish I could play in the next match, but I don’t know.”

If Kubo gets hurt, it will be a serious blow to the Japanese national soccer team. Major striker Kauru Mitoma has already been injured. Mitoma started in the 18th round of the 2023/24 season English Premier League at Selhurst Park in England on Tuesday (Korea time).

Mitoma was replaced by Jakub Moder in the 38th minute of the second half. It was because of his injury. Mitoma limped off the ground. After the game, Mitoma was seen leaving the stadium with a splint and crutch. “I hope it’s not a big injury. We don’t know what’s going on at the moment,” manager Brighton de Gerby said of Mitoma.

Japanese media ‘Sponizia Nex’ worried, saying, “We are concerned about the impact on the Asian Cup, which opens on January 12, as well as the year-end and year-end games depending on the results of Mitoma’s advance.”

Japan has been winning eight consecutive games, beating Germany (4-1) and Turkiye (4-2) in recent A matches. It is aiming to win the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup in January, but its main players were injured and are on alert.

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