Tariq Tisodali will miss the World Cup due to cruciate ligament rupture

Belgian club Ghent (La Gantois) announced today, Monday, that Moroccan international and striker Tariq Tisoudali has torn the cruciate ligament in his right knee.

Tisodali will have to be out of action for at least six months, and then he will have to miss the World Cup in Qatar.

The striker suffered a serious injury during a Belgian league match against Saint-Tronde (1-1) on Saturday. He had to leave the game half an hour into the game.

Today, Monday, the player from La Gantawas wrote on Instagram: “I played my last match, for at least six months”, promising to return in stronger form than before.

“I wish my team a lot of success, and I’ll be there in the playoffs,” he said. I will also support Morocco in the World Cup.”

According to the Belgian media, this injury is a big shock for the fans of the Ghent club. During the last season, the player raised in Amsterdam scored 27 goals and provided 9 assists in 52 games with the team “La Ignantois”, which allowed him in particular to win the ebony shoe (the best African or African footballer playing in Belgium ).

The Moroccan international has made nine appearances since January 2022, during which he managed to score twice for the Atlas Lions, who are in World Cup Group F with Belgium, Croatia and Canada.