French football team have bad news ahead of the Fifa world cup as their midfielder N’Golo Kante set to Miss out the upcoming 2022 Qatar world cup tournament after a hamstring injury in training.
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If we look at his career then N’Golo Kante has been praised for his high work rate. in the period of 90 minutes of every game, He not looking tired and also play with full energy game. for that reason French midfielder who not miss out many games.
Kante who out from the blues due to hamstring injury on august 14 in premier league game against Tottenham hotspur which to be ended a 2-2 draw.
He is out of the France Squad as expected to be out for three more month so surely miss out of the fifa world cup events which to kick off from 20th November.
If we look at the performance of him in the past world cup then Kante perform are very key when France win the title in 2018 world cup. He played a total of 595 minutes across seven games for Didier Deschamps’ side.
“He [Kante] is due to see a consultant at the weekend. It’s a setback and it’s not good news. But at this stage, I can’t give you anything more. He [Fofana] is progressing where he was. I don’t think we’ll see him before the World Cup.”
Potter further added about the French midfielder:
“Historically there are things that have happened which is a concern. It’s a setback in the last stage of his rehab so that is worrying.”
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