Gareth Bale Out Of Wales World Cup Qualifiers With Hamstring Injury

Gareth Bale will miss Wales’ World Cup qualifiers towards Czech Republic and Estonia on account of damage.© Instagram

Gareth Bale has been dominated out of World Cup qualifiers towards the Czech Republic and Estonia subsequent month with a “significant hamstring tear”, Wales boss Robert Page stated on Tuesday. The Welsh captain has not performed because the goalless draw towards Estonia on September 8 after being injured on his return to Real Madrid. The absence of the 32-year-old for October’s double-header offers a severe blow to Wales’ qualification hopes for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Page is assured Bale shall be match for November’s closing two World Cup qualifiers towards Belarus and Belgium however stated: “You grade hamstring injuries from one to four and his is nearer the four.

“So it is fairly a major hamstring tear. We’ve been in shut contact with him to see the way it’s progressing however this camp has come too quickly for him.

“Originally it might have been progressing into November’s camp, that’s the significance of the injury.

“Thankfully he is recovering higher than anticipated. We’re fairly sure we’ll have him for November.”

Bale’s eight-year stay in Spain has been dogged by injury and his regular absences in recent seasons have not gone down well with Real supporters.

“Gareth is a really particular participant and we all know he shall be missed,” said Page.

“But we won’t cry about it. We’ve bought to get on with it and take a look at it in a constructive way of thinking.”

Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who missed this month’s qualifiers, is named in a 28-man squad for the Czech Republic clash in Prague on October 8 and the trip to Estonia three days later.

The 30-year-old could take over the captaincy.


Wales are third in their World Cup qualifying group, level on points with the Czechs but nine points behind leaders Belgium.

The top team in each group qualifies for the World Cup, with second-placed teams going through to play-offs.

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