World Cup 2022.. Marseille reveals details of Moroccan Amin Harith’s injury
The French club Olympique Marseille announced, in an official statement, the injury of its Moroccan player Amin Harith, six days before the start of the 2022 World Cup. Marseille said in his statement, “Amin Harith suffers from a sprain in the cruciate ligament of his left knee, and will implement a treatment program to recover appropriately.”
The French club wished a speedy recovery to Amin Harith, and to see him on the field as soon as possible, without specifying the duration of his absence from the stadiums.
Hareth was injured during the Olympique Marseille match against Monaco, on Sunday, in the 15th round of the French League, and raised fears by shouting loudly at the stadium “Louis II”, the stronghold of Monaco, to confirm his absence from the ranks of the Atlas Lions team in the 2022 World Cup.
Harith, 25, participated with the Marseille team, in 16 matches this season in the French League and the European Champions League, during which he scored a goal and made 3 for his teammates.
With the Moroccan national team, Harith participated with the Lions in 16 matches, but he did not score any goal.
And it was confirmed the absence of Moroccan international Amine Harith, a player from Olympique Marseille, from participating with the Moroccan national team in the 2022 World Cup.
The Moroccan team arrived in Doha to prepare for the World Cup finals in Qatar, where it begins its campaign on November 23 against Croatia, then Belgium on the 27th of the same month, and concludes the first round against Canada on December 1.