Los Angeles standout Landon Donovan limped off with a leg injury during the Galaxy's 2-1 Major League Soccer loss to Real Salt Lake, creating doubt whether he will be available for the United States' upcoming World Cup qualifiers
CARSON, Calif. — Los Angeles standout Landon Donovan limped off with a left-knee injury with about 10 minutes left in the Galaxy’s 2-1 Major League Soccer loss to Real Salt Lake on Saturday.
The injury creates doubt whether Donovan will be available for the United States’ World Cup qualifiers at Antigua & Barbuda on Friday and against visiting Guatemala on Oct. 16.
The extent of the damage wasn’t known.
“We have to get it worked out. … It didn’t feel good,” Donovan said.
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The 30-year-old midfielder missed last month’s qualifiers against Jamaica because of a hamstring injury.
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