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FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Rahul Bheke Wounded but may Combine camp

Last updated on October 4, 2019

Bheke, who performs Bengaluru FC, however, is very likely to combine the preparatory camp commencing in Guwahati out of Thursday so that head coach Igor Stimac along with also the team’s medical team can evaluate his problem. The game against Bangladesh is India’s third party in category E of this 2022 World Cup along with also the 2023 Asian Cup qualifiers.

“Bheke includes a groin injury. Before, it had been determined that Bheke wouldn’t be a part of this camp. But after, head trainer Stimac along with the group physician felt they ought to assess the magnitude of harm and Bheke could travel to Guwahati,” said an official at the All India Football Federation on Wednesday.

“because of an accident, @RahulBheke won’t have the ability to combine the #BlueTigers” preparatory camp before @FIFAWorldCup qualifier from Bangladesh. We wish him a quick recovery,” that the AIFF tweeted before on Wednesday.

Bheke was wounded while coping with Bengaluru FC in the Indian Institute of Sport at Bellary near Bengaluru in which they’ve been training in the third week of September to shield the Indian Super League (ISL) title. The ISL begins on October 20.

Comfortable as right-back and center-back, Bheke has played with internationals, all beneath Stimac. But for the game against North Korea at the Intercontinental Cup, where Pritam Kotal played with right-back, Bheke has begun all matches because Stimac took control.