Oscar Out For Eight Weeks? Guus Hiddink Provides Latest Injury Update
Contrary to reports that that Oscar could be rule out for 8 weeks as a result of Wayne Rooney’s tackle in the match against Manchester Utd, Chelsea new boss Guus Hiddink gave a clearly response when questioned about the player’s condition after the tackle.
The Dutch Tactician Reveals that Oscar is okey and that he can feature in Chelsea’s next game against Crystal Palace.
Hiddink gave a breakdown of injured player worthy to mention was Cesc Fabregas was suffered high temperature.
Rooney although has quickly issued an apology for his reckless tackle to the Brazilian. Rooney was issued a yellow card for the challenge much to the chagrin of Chelsea players who were a straight red card for such tackle.
The Manchester Utd captain spoke to BTSports after the game and was quoted
“It was accidental [the foul on Oscar],”
“I knew straight away I caught him and could’ve caused him a bit of damage, so I apologise.
“I apologised on the pitch, nothing was meant and I think the referee saw there was no intention of hurting him.
“He’s given me a yellow card which I probably deserve.”
Meanwhile Cesc Fabregas didn’t travel with the team because he wasn’t feeling too fine according to Chelsea boss.
Radamel Falcao and Loic Remy had some knocks and could be back for the trip to Crystal Palace.