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Leo Messi suffers no relapse of hamstring injury after the PSG game

Medical tests have confirmed that the injury in Messi’s right leg is no more serious and that there has been no change in the Barça player’s condition after his participation in the FC Barcelona vs. PSG game. The player will be continuing with his recovery schedule and his progress will determine whether he plays in the next few games.

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11 April 2013 09:42 PM

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Barcelona (FCB).- Leo Messi was subjected on Thursday morning to different medical tests to check whether there was any relapse of the hamstring injury in his right leg. The tests conducted have confirmed that there have been no changes in the player\u2019s condition after his participation in the FC Barcelona vs. PSG game. The player will be continuing with his established recovery programme and his progress will determine whether he plays in the next few games.


33 minutes against PSG

The player suffered a hamstring injury in his right leg during the Champions League quarter final first leg against PSG on the 2nd of April. For eight days, Messi had been working to be available for selection by Tito Vilanova for the return match at the Camp Nou and at least be able to play for a few minutes. And that was indeed the case when he came on in the 61st minute as a replacement for Cesc Fàbregas. For the 33 minutes in which Massis was on the field, he was involved in Pedro\u2019s equaliser for Barcelona.

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  • Leo Messi at the end of yesterday's Champions League game against the PSG (by FC Barcelona)

  • Leo Messi at the end of yesterday's Champions League game against the PSG (by FC Barcelona)