Sebastian Sosa was discarded for the match between Independiente and Defensa y Justicia, this Sunday for the Professional League Cup, due to an injury to his right leg.
The Avellaneda club published a medical report on their social networks where they indicate that the Uruguayan goalkeeper suffers from a strain in the right soleus, which marginalizes him from the match against the Halcón de Varela.
📌 Medical report – @ sebauruguayo1
Distension in the soleus of the right leg. Recovery began with kinesiology work. pic.twitter.com/EImTKqmPSc
– Independent CA (@Independent) November 13, 2020
The injury occurred in training this Thursday, where the Uruguayan felt a discomfort in the area. Medical studies revealed this injury.
The replacement of the figure of the season for Rojo will be Milton Álvarez, who has only 4 games saved since his arrival at the club, from Deportivo Morón.
Sosa had been the best in each of the games he had to participate in, including a penalty saved at the end of the game against Colón de Santa Fe, to save the tie.