Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's season appears to be over as too could be his hopes of making England's World Cup squad as a result of the injury he sustained during last night' Champions League win over visitors AS Roma.
The former Arsenal star was stretchered off after just 15 minutes, after seemingly jarring his knee in a challenge with Aleksandar Kolarov.
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I was knackered at 30 kilometres and he just stepped up another gear. "I really enjoyed today, I gave 110% like I always do". The 38-year-old pipped Switzerland's Marcel Hug into second place, with Daniel Romanchuk of the United States third.
Oxlade-Chamberlain looked certain to be included in the England squad for the finals in Russian Federation but his place is now in serious doubt with Gareth Southgate set to name his provisional squad by May 14th.
After the game, Reds' boss Jürgen Klopp admitted that the injury looked to be serious. We don't know it exactly but if the medical department is quite concerned without a scan then you can imagine it is hard. "It's not good news".
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"If we can say that already before the scan, that's never good news so that means for us it's a massive blow, of course". "Thank God Gini [Wijnaldum] played as well, fantastic".
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Under manager Jurgen Klopp, the 24-year-old made a slow start, but he's become more important to the side as the season has progressed. "We have pretty much the opposite of a full squad at the moment. It can not be a little bit less, because we really need the crowd".