Stefano Sensi has suffered an elongation of the adductors in his right thigh, as reported by Internazionale’s official website.
There has been no time frame put on the length of time this injury will keep the 24-year-old, on loan from Sassuolo, out of action for, having already forced him off after 34 minutes of the loss against Juventus, as per WhoScored.
Losing Sensi will be a big blow for Inter, with the midfielder having started 6 league games so far, coming on as a substitute once, scoring 3 goals and getting 2 assists, while he has also started both of Inter’s Champions League games to date.
Sensi has had a consistent impact across the pitch, with his Serie A averages being 1.9 key passes, 1 dribble, 1.6 tackles and 0.7 interceptions, while he has also maintained a pass success rate of 87.3%.
The 24-year-old also has 3 Man of the Match awards from WhoScored across the league and Champions League, highlighting just how instrumental he has been for the team.
This is a massive blow for Inter, when Sensi’s influence all over the pitch this season so far is considered.
Antonio Conte and other members of the club will be hoping to see the Italian back in action as soon as possible, while Matias Vecino, who replaced him against Juventus, will likely see this as an opportunity to show he should be a regular starter.
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