Tecatito Corona to undergo surgery for the second time in 2022

Jesús “Tecatito” Corona was unable to play at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar due to a fibula injury he sustained over six months ago while training with Sevilla. This Friday, he had to undergo another operation called arthroscopy to clean his injured ankle.

The intervention was successfully carried out in the capital of Spain, namely at the Ruber Internacional clinic in Madrid. In August, the Mexican had already undergone surgery for a fibula fracture and a torn ligament in his left ankle at the Fremap clinic in Seville.

The procedure consisted of placing a plate with screws in the fibula and suturing the external and internal ligaments. At that time, the vacation was scheduled for five months, which gave rise to hopes that he would get to the ecumenical competition, which in the end did not happen.

Before this novelty, Sevilla recently published a video of a Mexican in the sports town doing physical exercises and first contact with the ball after an injury.

Sevilla will face the second part of the season with a position quite close to the relegation places. The Mexican’s qualities will be missed as Sevilla need creativity in attack after Isco’s unexpected departure.

The Spanish midfielder terminated his contract four months after signing with the Andalusians, apparently due to problems with the sports director.


Author: Alfredo Di Cesare
Source: La Opinion


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