Neymar will miss next match against Switzerland

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Brazil’s Neymar is likely to miss some of the coming matches.Although, he could still play in the World Cup tournament.

Neymar will miss Brazil’s World Cup match against Switzerland

Another injury hit result as putting Neymar sidelined
Another injury hit result as putting Neymar sidelined

Brazil’s Neymar will miss the next group stage match against Switzerland due to an ankle injury, but his availability for the remainder of the World Cup is not in doubt for the time being.

Danilo, the right-back, also had an ultrasound scan on his left ankle, which revealed a minor injury. Thus both players seems available to continue in therapy today.

On Friday afternoon, the Paris Saint-Germain star received an ultrasound scan before going to his hotel room and resuming his sprain therapy with Brazilian physiotherapists.

On the 80th minute of Brazil’s 2-0 victory over Serbia, the forward left the field in tears after suffering an ankle injury. However, it appears that the Brazilian will be ready to play the rest of the World Cup. But he may miss Brazil’s next game against Switzerland.

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