Paco Alcacer Injury Update
October 1st, 2019 – Paco Alcacer is suffering muscular issues following the draw against Werder Bremen on Saturday. According to German sports magazine Kicker, due to Paco Alcacer injury, he will not travel to Prague for the Champions League fixture against the home team Slavia Prague.
Arguably the best signing Borussia Dortmund made last summer. Paco Alcacer is an influence for the German team this season. The Spaniard expressed enjoying his games with the Black and Yellows. Leading the Bundesliga score sheet, Alcacer played in the starting lineup against Mönchengladbach on Friday night. However, the sharpshooter seemed unable to finish the game due to problems in his thigh. It seemed like Paco Alcacer injured himself and was replaced by Mario Götze.
Paco Alcacer Awaiting full Injury Diagnosis
It is no doubt that the biggest part of Borussia Dortmund’s success is in team play. However, players like Sancho, Reus and Paco Alcacer are the ones who make the difference every time. During Friday night game, the team seemed very strong in spite of Alcacer’s early substitution.
In fact, Mario Götze who replaced the Spaniard played a huge part in securing the win by setting up two assists. Paco Alcacer injured and awaits full injury diagnosis to figure out whether he can join his team’s training camp in January.
Expect Alcacer to come back stronger
It’s a tough journey coming back from an injury. Most players often struggle to bring back the momentum after such stoppages. However, having teammates like Marco Reus, who always managed to come back to top form after long injury spells, is a guaranteed way to comeback stronger. Surely Paco Alcacer injured his thigh trying to provide the best performance, his determination to prove his talent as a clinical striker will never be destroyed by an injury spell.
From the 2005 Borussia Dortmund, till the title winning squad in 2011 and UEFA Champions League runner up era, Mostafa was always a very passionate Black and Yellow supporter. You would often see him in Coffee shops and Bars on Matchdays. He will be wearing a BVB jersey and sipping on a German beer and most likely swearing at the referee.