Netherlands: Vivianne Miedema Suffers Cruciate Ligament Rupture
It's a heartbreaking announcement for Dutch football fans - Vivianne Mi edema, one of the Netherlands' most prominent players, has suffered a cruciate ligament rupture that is likely to keep her out of next summer's FIFA Women's World Cup. Read on to find out the extent of the injury and what it means for the team going forward.
The Arsenal WFC caught it in these weeks. According to Beth Mead, Vivianne Mi edema has actually now suffered a cruciate ligament tear in the service of the English first department club.
The record scorer of the Netherlands, who bet Bayern Munich between 2014 and 2017, revealed the diagnosis on Monday in social media networks, and the operation will be pending in the coming days. There are numerous things going through your head: I will no longer be able to assist my team this season, no world champion, but an operation and a long rehabilitation, composed the 26-year-old.
The 2017 European champion suffered the injury last Thursday in the Champions League game against Olympic Lyon (0-1).
contract extension for Mead
The World Cup 2023 will take place in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20. European champ Mead (27) hurt herself at the end of November, and Arsenal announced the contract extension with the best gamer and leading scorer of this year's EM on Friday. The Netherlands play at the World Cup in Group E and satisfy the U.S.A. and Vietnam.
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