SANTIAGO - Chile goalkeeper and captain
Claudio Bravo expects to recover quickly from a knee injury he
had feared might jeopardise his World Cup hopes.
Bravo damaged a right knee ligament during his Spanish
second division club Real Sociedad's 2-0 defeat by Cordoba on
"I think (I'll need to rest) for three weeks," Bravo told
Chilean broadcaster Radio Cooperativa on Monday.
It was feared he would need 45 days' rest before resuming
training. The World Cup finals in South Africa start on June
"I don't want to rush into anything because the issue of
the knee is very delicate ... I want to recover properly, feel
good and then return to training," added the 26-year-old.
Chile face Honduras, Switzerland and favourites Spain in
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