The European Football Championship must be done without one of its absolute stars. Alexia Pteras, the winner of the Spanish national team’s flagship golden ball, sprained his knee and tore his ligaments in today’s training.

The bad news for the Spaniards is three days before their first match at the European Women’s Soccer Championship against Finland.

Barcelona superstar Alexia Pteras sprained his left knee during practice on Tuesday morning. He had to wait for the results of the pathological test, but he found it bad.

“A medical examination at Puteras found a laceration in the ligament of her left knee,” the Spanish Football Federation said in a statement. Therefore, she can cross over the European Championships.

FC Barcelona’s offensive midfielder, who became the only Spanish player to reach 100 caps at La Roja last Friday, is the team’s flagship and captain.

In Group B with Germany, Denmark and Finland, Spain will start the European Championship against Finns at Milton Keynes on Friday at 6 pm.

Source: Sporza

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