Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is set to miss his club’s next two games at a minimum with a hamstring injury, with his status for their Champions League quarter-final first leg against Ajax a doubt.
The forward came off with a hamstring problem during Portugal’s 1-1 Euro 2020 qualification draw with Serbia on Monday after 30 minutes.
After the draw, Ronaldo downplayed the injury saying: “I’m not worried, because I know my body perfectly.”
“It happens, it’s football. Who’s out there risks it. I’m calm, because I know I’m going to be back well in one or two weeks with no problem.”
Ronaldo began his treatment on Thursday, undergoing physiotherapy for the injury.
However, the full extent to Ronaldo’s problem is still not known, leaving his status for Juventus’ upcoming matches uncertain as no further tests are planned for Thursday.
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