Sports doctor Dmytro Babeliuk, known for his work at Rukh Lviv, commented on the news of the injury to Ukrainian midfielder Mykhailo Mudryk of Chelsea London, who suffered in yesterday's 2-0 win over Fulham in the English Premier League.
"If a player feels something and asks for a substitute in such a successful match (Mudryk scored a goal against Fulham - ed.), then nothing good should be expected.
I think Mudryk will be examined on Tuesday to determine the seriousness of the injury. If they rule out a spasm or overload and confirm even the slightest injury (such as a microtear), then Mykhailo should not be expected to play in the next 3-4 weeks.
If something is found, Misha will return after the international break. Unfortunately, he will also not help the national team in October if he is injured," Babeliuk wrote on his Telegram channel.