Sunday, May 1, 2016

'We battle on':Hopes for Robben, worry over Ribéry

Arjen Robben has not abandoned a rebound this season. "I'm not similarly as I'd like, or as I ought to be. Yet, I'll keep it up and battle for a rebound, hoping to assume a part before the season is over," the Dutchman said before the match against Gladbach on the FC Bayern Matchday Show. Robben, who showed up against Dortmund two months back, has been sidelined with a tenacious hamstring damage. The winger conceded: "Being an observer is the most exceedingly awful thing for a footballer."

There is another name on the damage list as well: Franck Ribéry is battling with a back issue and was not able play on Saturday, reported Pep Guardiola: "He's harmed." It stays to be seen whether the French winger will have the capacity to play in the CL semi-last return against Atlético next Tuesday. "I don't know as of right now," Guardiola remarked on Saturday evening, "we'll do all that we can to have Franck back with us."

Other than Ribéry, Xabi Alonso and Javi Martínez were lost from the squad. After numerous appearances in the most recent couple of weeks the two Spaniards grabbed a seat against Gladbach. Captain Philipp Lahm, Arturo Vidal, Douglas Costa and Robert Lewandowski took seats on the seat, while David Alaba and Thiago were acquired on the second half.

News Source:YAHOO

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