Barcelona Veteran Suffers Injury During FIFA Break, Casting Shadow Over PSG Encounter

Ahead of the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal first-leg clash against Paris Saint-Germain on April 10, FC Barcelona’s striker, Robert Lewandowski, will return to the Catalan side with an injury to monitor.

The veteran striker played for Poland during this FIFA international break and while the team secured their ticket to UEFA Euro 2024, it came at a price. According to SPORT, Lewandowski finished Tuesday’s match with thigh discomfort following physical fatigue.

Manager Xavi Hernandez is now faced with a crucial decision. Will Lewandowski be fit enough to play against Las Palmas this Saturday? The uncertainty surrounding his status for the PSG match adds to the suspense. 

Meanwhile, PSG saw one of their players return with an injury, as Bradley Barcola’s status for the first-leg match against Barcelona is up in the air right now. In a recent report, the PSG staff is racing against time to get Barcola up and ready. 

Despite the confirmed muscle injury, the PSG staff are leaving no stone unturned in their efforts to ensure that Bradley Barcola is ready to play in the Champions League quarterfinal first leg against Barcelona.

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