Due to an injury, Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski will miss the encounter against Real Madrid.
The Catalan club claimed that the 34-year-old Pole experienced a biceps muscle overstrain in his left thigh.
The player may be in sideline for around two weeks.
As a result, the striker will miss the game against Real Madrid in the Spanish Cup semi-final on March 2. He might return to La Liga’s Clasico on March 19.
In addition, on March 5, Barcelona is facing Valencia in La Liga, and on March 12, they will go to Athletic. The Polish stiker may also miss that match.
Lewandowski has 15 goals and 5 assists in 20 La Liga appearances this season.
Robert Lewandowski suffered a hamstring injury in Laliga Clash with Almeria on Sunday. The Polish Lethal striker is ruled out at Estadio Mediterráneo on Sunday.
Lewandowski medical announcement from Barcelona and the recovery news
Following the game against Almera, the eligible first team players participated in a rehabilitation session at the Ciutat Esportiva, which included Julián Araujo, Lucas Román, and Txus Alba from Barça Atlètic, as well as Alarcón from the Barça U19 side.
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After coming from Bayern Munich this summer, Lewandowski is the team’s leading scorer this season, with 25 goals in all competitions.
Lewandowski is likely to remain absent for more than two weeks and may return before Barcelona’s La Liga match against Real Madrid on March 19.
The Catalans are hoping all of their players with injury to get quick recovery by the time the second leg of the Copa del Rey match takes place on April 5.
Barcelona was ousted from the Europa League last week by Manchester United and suffered a second consecutive defeat in La Liga on Sunday, against Almeria, when it is believed Lewandowski incurred his hamstring problem.
Xavi Hernandez’s team leads by seven points in Laliga.
Get well Soon Lewa!