Shakhtar Donetsk defender Dmytro
Chygrynskiy will be out of action for up to four weeks after
injuring a thigh muscle in a Ukrainian Cup game against
arch-rivals Dynamo Kiev.
It means the 24-year-old will miss Shakhtar's Champions
League match at Zenit St Petersburg next Tuesday. Shakhtar are
bottom of Group G with two points from three games.
The Influential Ukrainian international will also miss the
friendly against Germany on November 11 - the first game at Kiev's
Olympiyskiy Stadium after the venue's reconstruction for Euro
"Dmytro tore the rear side of his thigh. The medical has
shown he will need three to four weeks to recover from the
injury," said a press officer.
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