Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe suffered a notable calf injury during France’s 2022 World Cup qualifying fixture against Bosnia & Herzegovina, as noted by L’Equipe.
Mbappe felt pain in his calf during the match, although he went on to feature in 89 minutes of the fixture. The French forward completed 30 passes, notched four dribble attempts and created one goal-scoring chance during his time on the pitch.
For the moment, it is not yet known as to the severity of Mbappe’s calf injury. He is expected to undergo medical tests on Thursday to further examine the injury.
France has key fixtures ahead in the coming week, with the matchups against Ukraine and Finland.
For PSG, Mbappe has been one key player thanks to his five goal contributions recorded over the team’s opening four matches of the Ligue 1 season.
PSG now awaits an update as to the severity of Mbappe’s injury, especially as the team will be taking part in key league and UEFA Champions League matches following the September international break.