PSG Defender’s Knee Injury Ruling Lucas Hernandez Out of Euro 2024

Lucas Hernandez suffered a knee problem during Paris Saint-Germain’s loss to Borussia Dortmund, ruling him out of Euro 2024. The confirmation was a major setback for France as they prepare for the upcoming tournament.

During PSG’s Champions League defeat to Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday, Hernandez had to be substituted in the 42nd minute due to a knee injury. Subsequent scans revealed that he had torn his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), necessitating surgery.

A statement from PSG confirmed the severity of Hernandez’s injury, stating that the defender would undergo surgery in the coming days. The news was a blow to both the player and the team, given his significant contribution to the squad.

This is not the first time Hernandez has faced such a setback. He suffered a similar injury during the 2022 World Cup, where France finished as runners-up. Despite the disappointment, Hernandez remains determined to make a strong comeback and continue giving his all for PSG.

Taking to Instagram, the 28-year-old expressed his commitment to the team and his determination to bounce back from the injury. He acknowledged the setback but vowed to return stronger than ever.

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