French Center-Back Hernandez Ruled Out of Euro 2024 Due to Devastating ACL Injury

Lucas Hernandez’s hopes for the 2022 World Cup were dashed by a ligament injury, and now a severe knee issue will keep him out of Euro 2024.

Following a Champions League defeat to Borussia Dortmund, Hernandez suffered an ACL tear while chasing Niclas Fullkrug, forcing him to exit the match.

PSG confirmed the extent of the injury, revealing the need for surgery on his left knee after undergoing an MRI scan.

With 37 international caps, Hernandez will sit out Euro 2024, missing France’s opening matches against Austria, the Netherlands, and Poland.

In the World Cup, Hernandez endured a ligament injury during Les Bleus’ first game, delaying his return to club action until the 2023-24 season.

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