The Blasters said in a statement that Rahul’s injury is serious and he will be shifted to Mumbai for specialist treatment. According to Blasters, Rahul has a groin muscle injury. Leading sports journalist Marcus Mergulhao has revealed that the player will be out for four to six weeks due to injury.
Rahul KP will be exiting the bio-bubble to undergo further scans on the injury sustained during the game against ATKMB.
— K e r a l a B l a s t e r s F C (@KeralaBlasters) November 22, 2021
KP Rahul could be out for four to six weeks with a muscle tear. https://t.co/gYoxzV9fDZ
— Marcus Mergulhao (@MarcusMergulhao) November 21, 2021
Rahul was injured in the first half of the match against Mohan Bagan. Rahul, who left the field in the 32nd minute, was replaced by another Malayalee player Prashant. The player put out a great performance for the Blasters before he was injured in the match. Rahul led the Blasters to their first goal of the match. Sahal scored from Rahul’s cross. But Rahul had to withdraw due to injury after leading the way.
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The Blasters said Rahul should be released from injury as soon as possible. The Blasters, who lost 4–2 to Mohun Bagan in the first leg, will face North East United next. The match will be played on November 25 at 7.30 pm.
Summary : Kerala Blasters give injury update of their mid-fielder Rahul K P