Bayern Munich’s vice-captain Thomas Müller suffered a capsular injury in Germany’s match against Portugal. Müller will definitely miss the last group stage match against Hungary, but it’s not entirely clear whether he’ll be ready for the next round of the Euros.
Bild’s reporters caught Müller with a thick bandage over his right knee as he was making his way to the training ground. He came there with his bike and quickly went inside the facility to work individually in the gym.
According to the reports, he did some cycling in the gym and some stabilization exercises. After some time, he came out to the pitch to join the other players and did a 30-minute-long running session with Lukas Klostermann, who is also recovering from an injury.
The moment Thomas Müller suffered a knee injury against Portugal while blocking Pepe's cross in stoppage time [@JonasBA90 @sportschau] pic.twitter.com/GrC9GZOEQX— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) June 21, 2021
Müller suffered a capsular injury while he was blocking Pepe’s cross, and hopefully, he’ll be ready for Germany’s round of 16.
Müller proved himself vital for Germany, especially when they are pressing the opposition. Joachim Low didn’t say who is going to take Müller’s place, but Leroy Sane seems to be the most likely candidate.