Sparv’s knee most obviously broke up in the World Cup qualifier against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Finnish men captain of the national football team Tim Sparv, 34, has been on the sidelines for an estimated four weeks due to a knee injury. Sparv underwent surgery in Helsinki today, where a rupture of the outer helix of his knee and cartilage damage were operated on.
Sparv told the health care company Mehiläinen in the bulletin felt pain in his knee in last week’s World Cup qualifier against Bosnia-Herzegovina. Investigations revealed that the knee injury required surgery.
– During the match, I felt something happened in my knee. For myself, there is still a small question mark about what happened in the situation and how the injury came. After the game, I wondered if the injury would go away on its own with a little rest, but it quickly became clear that the injury required treatment, Sparv said.
Sparv represents the Greek league AEL Larissa at club level. He was on the sidelines of the Owners ’Ukraine match last Sunday.
Owls will meet on Wednesday in a practice match against the guests of Switzerland.
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