Ramy Bensebaini, Hichem Boudaoui and Sofiane Bendebka were injured with the national team during the last training camp. The medical staff of the Greens takes stock of the injuries of the players in question. They will be unavailable for a few weeks before returning to service with their teams.
“The medical staff of the national team, with the agreement of national coach Djamel Belmadi, wishes to reassure the state of health of three of our internationals, namely Sofiane Bendebka, Hichem Boudaoui and Rami BENSEBAINI”. Indicates the Algerian federation in an official press release made public this morning.
And to add: “In the light of the state-diagnosis established by Dr. Mohamed Soltani, doctor of the selection, we can consider that Hichem Boudaoui has completely recovered. As well as practically for Bensebaini. While Bendebka continues his period of rest and treatment.
More rest for Boudaoui…
Injured during the national team training camp, Hichem Boudaoui suffered a grade 1 injury to the right adductor muscle. The medical staff of the national team prescribed him a rest plus physiotherapy for two weeks.
It must be said that his state of health has improved markedly. If everything goes as planned, he should be present at the collective training of his team, OGC Nice, from the start of the off-season preparation.
… Ditto for Bensebaini
Ramy Bensebaini was injured during the match against Tanzania, played on June 8 in Dar Es-Salem. An injury that forced him to skip the friendly match against Iran. He is the victim of a strong contusion plus an intermuscular hematoma of the right thigh.
Like Boudaoui, the left side of Borussia Möchangladbach will still need rest. The EN medical staff prescribed him physiotherapy sessions lasting one to two weeks.
He should also be present when training resumes with his team. Remember that Bensebaini has not yet decided on his future. Until we go to press, we do not know if he will continue the adventure with Mönchangladbach or go try a new experience in another club.
Bendebka will still have to wait
Aligned among the starting lineup against Tanzania, Sofiane Bendebka could not go to the end of the match. Victim of an injury, he was forced to give up his place to Adem Zorgane during the first half.
According to the FAF, the midfielder from El-Fateh suffers from a grade 2 lesion of the left rectus femoris muscle. An injury that requires rest and physiotherapy sessions for three to five weeks.
An injury that could force him to miss the start of off-season preparation with his team. But the most important thing is that she is not mean. It is hoped that the three players in question will recover sooner than expected.