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Man United's Fellaini ruled out of Liverpool clash

09 October 2017

Should he be out for two weeks he will miss next weekend's Premier League trip to Liverpool.

On Saturday night it was confirmed that Fellaini suffered a left knee injury against Bosnia.

Belgium were 1-0 up at the time of the 29-year-old's substitution, with a thrilling match eventually ending 4-3 in the favour of Martinez's men, who had already booked their place at the tournament in Russian Federation.

However, on Sunday the Belgian FA announced that Fellaini will only be out a couple weeks.

United are already facing an ever-growing injury list and now face the prospect of facing bitter rivals Liverpool next Saturday without Paul Pogba and Fellaini.

United may breathe a slight sigh of a relief given their midfielder escaped without cruciate ligament damage which would have extended his time in the treatment room from weeks to months. Scan - left knee injury (MCL sprain).

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Belgium manager and utter fraud Roberto Martínez did not sound hopeful: "We are all anxious about Fellaini".

An official from the Royal Belgian Football Association added: "It is something to be anxious about on first sight".

Marouane Fellaini has been ruled out for at least two weeks after suffering a knee ligament sprain while on global duty.

Last Saturday, Fellaini scored twice as Manchester United defeated Crystal Palace 4-0. Now with the absence Fellaini, MU has only three defensive midfielders, Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera, plus captain Michael Carrick.

Belgium have already qualified for the World Cup next summer and will play a dead rubber against Cyprus on Tuesday.

Man United's Fellaini ruled out of Liverpool clash