Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has pulled out of the FIFA World Cup qualifier in France due to a hip injury. Odds for all sporting events can be found on 1xbet bonus code.
The 28-year-old World Cup winner, 28, was injured in training on Monday, the French Football Federation (FFF) said.
Pogba will not take part in Saturday’s home match with Kazakhstan or the away match with Finland on November 16.
He was already set to miss United’s next match on November 20 in the Premier League away to Watford as he completes a three-match suspension domestically.
Pogba was disqualified for being sent off during a humiliating 5-0 home defeat to Liverpool on October 24.
The FFF said Pogba was “a victim of a quadriceps injury in his right thigh.”
France needs one win in the remaining two games to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.
United boss Ole Gunnar Sulscher has already lost several players due to injury.
Pogba’s teammate Raphael Varane is out with a hamstring injury, striker Edinson Cavani missed the defeat to Manchester City last Saturday, and Luke Shaw was substituted in the same match after a blow to the head.
Shaw follows concussion protocol and did not face England on Monday.