It’s obviously dramatic for him, but also for Morocco and OM, injured against AS Monaco, Amine Harit will be absent for several months and will miss the World Cup.
The Olympique de Marseille players had a bitter victory on Sunday evening in the Principality, because if the three points snatched at the last second are worth gold, the serious injury of Amine Harit took a toll on everyone’s morale as recognized by Igor Tudor. Released on the hour mark after a clash with Axel Disasi, there was little doubt upon seeing the footage that the Moroccan international was badly injured in his left knee, with players from both teams looking devastated. And if on the side of OM we have not yet officially communicated concerning the physical problem of Amine Harit, Mohamed Toubache-Ter announces to him that the first examinations passed by the 25-year-old player unfortunately suffers from a rupture of the ligament cross. And the former communication manager of SCO Angers to say a little more.
Amine Harit will not go to the World Cup with Morocco
Via Twitter, Mohamed Toubache-Ter spoke about the events of the past few hours. ” Cruciate ligament rupture for Amine Harit. The Moroccan international is plunged into immense sadness. Huge blow. Supported by teammates at the hospital. He has this formula “It’s destiny”. Everything was ready for Amine. He was to leave tomorrow morning for Morocco, from Paris. Suitcase was ready… everything was ready for the big departure. A teammate brought him his belongings (suitcase for the CDM) at the hospital. The Moroccan international is on his way to Marseille “, specified the insider. In Morocco, this news obviously had the effect of a bomb, the Olympique de Marseille player being one of the big assets of the Atlas Lions, the supporters being necessarily in shock. To the point of causing regrettable overflows on social networks.
In 2022, seriously? 😡
Courage to Axel Disasi, racism has NO place in football. pic.twitter.com/ZCuKoSHVvD
— BeFootball (@_BeFootball) November 13, 2022
Because obviously Axel Disasi is considered the ” guilty in this injury to Amine Harit, the Monegasque player not being the author of a particularly aggressive gesture. But on Twitter, the native of Gonesse was the subject of racist insults from Moroccan supporters, with some individuals comparing him to ” a monkey “. Overflows that shame their authors, but which fortunately do not represent the majority of comments from Moroccan fans first sorry for Amine Harit, who sees his dream fly away at the last moment. On the OM side, Dimitri Payet, who experienced this before the 2018 World Cup by injuring his thigh in the Europa League final against Atlético Madrid, knows very well what his teammate is currently going through. For Marseille, it is obviously also a blow, the Moroccan international not being back, at best, until February 2023.