Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland is inaccessible for Wednesday’s match against Lazio as a result of a hamstring injury that is required to keep him out for the following month.
Haaland will miss Dortmund’s next seven matches, according to ESPN’s Stephan Uersfeld, including tilts against Eintracht Frankfurt, VfB Stuttgart, Werder Bremen, and FC Union Berlin, and Zenit St. Petersburg in the Champions League next week.
If the timetable holds true, the 20-year-old will return to action in January.
It’s a huge misfortune for Dortmund, who have depended vigorously on Haaland during the initial portion of the period. With 17 objectives in 14 appearances over all rivalries this mission, Haaland represents almost half of Dortmund’s scoring.
Meanwhile, manager Lucien Favre may give 16-year-old wonder Youssoufa Moukoko additionally playing time. Moukoko turned into the most youthful player to make a big appearance in Bundesliga history a month ago during a 5-2 triumph over Hertha Berlin. Beforehand, he scored 47 objectives in 25 counterparts for the Dortmund U19s.