Alejandro Garnacho of Manchester United will miss forthcoming matches at a vital time in the season because of an ankle injury acquired during the team’s Saturday draw with Southampton. Kyle Walker-tackling Peters’s of the young winger caused the player serious agony, requiring Erik ten Hag’s replacement of the player. When Garnacho was unable to support both his club and his nation, he voiced his displeasure on Instagram. He exited the game using crutches.
The timing of Garnacho’s injury was unfortunate for Manchester United, as they had Real Betis in the Europa League last-16 second leg on Thursday and then Fulham in the FA Cup quarterfinal on Sunday. During the international break later this month, Argentina will play friendlies against Panama and Curacao.
After the event, Walker-Peters faced racist hatred on social media, which prompted police authorities to become involved. The defence attorney expressed his apologies and said he never meant to hurt another lawyer. Walker-Peters has earned Garnacho’s forgiveness, and he harbours no grudge towards him.
Despite losing out on a potential Argentina debut, Garnacho is still committed to his healing and getting back on the field as soon as he can. Although Manchester United and his nation will definitely miss him, his admirers are still optimistic that he will heal fully and quickly.