Pina and Ely returned headdresses of the match against Valencia

Pacheco is also in pain in the instep of one foot and could not even travel to play in Mestalla.


The duel corresponding to Day 8 that was played at Mestalla has brought with it two names that point to the list of casualties of the team. This is Tomás Pina and Rodrigo Ely, who had to be substituted during the course of the match, unable to complete the 90 minutes in any of the cases. Tomás Pina was the first of the two casualties. The albiazul midfielder requested the change by noticing discomfort in his right leg. The first tests performed point to a grade 1 lesion in the biceps femoris of said leg. For his part, Rodrigo Ely had to be replaced in the second half with ailments in his left leg. The first assessments that have been made also point to a grade 1 lesion, in this case in the quadriceps of his left leg.

Both players are awaiting further tests over the next few days that may specify the exact extent of their injuries, as well as the recovery deadlines. These players must be added to Fernando Pacheco who could not even travel to Valencia due to discomfort in the ball hit after a stomp he received three days ago in San Sebastián. In fact, Sivera was the owner in Mestalla and the young Aritz was summoned for this commitment. Burgui already has the medical discharge after his previous cruciate ligament rupture but he still lacks rhythm to be able to compete 100%. At least, that's what Asier Garitano said in Friday's preview in the sports city of Ibaia.

The albiazul team trains today at 5 pm and will play a triangular on Thursday in the Nuevo Lasesarre against Barakaldo and Athletic Bilbao. There will not be three players who have been called by their respective teams in this break of international commitments: Burke is with Scotland, Guidetti with Sweden and Borja Sáinz with the Spanish under-19 team. Looking ahead to the match against Celta de Vigo on Sunday 20 at 12 noon. At noon in Mendizorroza, Garitano will be able to recover Mubarak Wakaso, who completed a cycle of five yellow cards against Valencia. He is the first player in the Santander League who has not been able to dispute a clash because of that.



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