Shanghai SIPG forward Asamoah Gyan sustained a groin injury and was stretched off in their opening Asian Champions League game against Melbourne Victory.
The former Al Ain and Sunderland forward started the game and played an hour as his team were handed a 2-1 away defeat against Melbourne Victory. Gyan was taken off on a stretcher in the Champions League game after complaining of a groin injury.
“I don’t know [if it’s a bad injury], I honestly don’t know. I hope not. We will see tomorrow when we arrive in Shanghai how bad it is”, Shanghai SIPG coach Sven-Göran Eriksson said after the match.
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