Inter, D’Ambrosio skips Sassuolo: the results of the exams

Inter, D’Ambrosio skips Sassuolo: the results of the exams

UPDATE 14/10 AT 16.30 - Danilo D’Ambrosio will miss the challenge with Sassuolo. Inter, in a note on the official website, communicated the physical condition of the defensive joker. The player has remedied the fracture of the proximal phalanx of the fourth toe of the right foot and will undergo further assessments next week.

"X-ray tests for Danilo D’Ambrosio in the morning, following the problem encountered during the Euro2020 qualifying match between Italy and Greece played in Rome. For the Nerazzurri defender fracture of the proximal phalanx of the fourth toe of the right foot. & Nbsp;

“I got hit in the right knee, but I'm afraid I broke the little finger of my left foot. Tomorrow (today, editor's note) I will make a resonance “. These are the warning words issued by Danilo D’Ambrosio to La Gazzetta Sportiva at the end of Italy-Greece which took place yesterday.

Bad news for the Inter fans and for the owners of D’Ambrosio in fantasy football. For the Nerazzurri right defender, the joy of the match in the Azzurri and the qualification reached for Euro2020 was frozen by the injury during the match against the Hellenists.

He limped out of the Olimpico after the match against Greece, rather than the knee to worry about is the left foot of the former Turin, with & nbsp; Antonio Conte & nbsp; who is now trembling at the idea of ​​losing him for a period still to be deciphered. Today most likely the decisive resonance to understand the extent of the injury. Meanwhile D’Ambrosio will leave the national team's withdrawal.

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