The player from Rayados suffered a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament of the right knee and would return until March or April of 2019.
Friday, August 10, 2018
Monterrey, Nuevo León –
The greatest fear that became had become reality, Alfonso González suffered the rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament of his right knee and will miss the rest of the tournament, as well as much of the Clausura 2019, it is estimated that he would be returning to the courts in six to eight months.
A source of the albiazul club consulted by Mediotiempo, confirmed the seriousness of the injury that Ponchito had in the game against Venados in the MX Cup and that would be the worst that the player has suffered during his career so far and the Monterrey team issued a communicated in this regard.
"The player Arturo González was subjected to imaging studies that show partial rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament of the right knee.
"For its treatment, a surgical procedure is required, which will be carried out in the near future, and it will be then when the recovery time is estimated," says the document published on the official website and social networks.
Although there is no defined date to carry out the surgery to which Gonzalez will be subjected, it is estimated that it could be in a week or so, since the player and the board of directors are analyzing the doctor's options with which it would be performed, as well like the hospital.