Moroccan international winger Tarik Tisudali will miss at least six months from stadiums after suffering a severe knee injury that will keep him out of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, the player revealed on Monday.
Tisodali, 29, injured his cruciate ligament in his knee during a 1-1 match between Gent and Saint-Trondin on Saturday in the Belgian Football League and had to leave the field half an hour at the start. .
“I played the last match for at least six months. Many dreams fade, but God always has a better plan than mine,” Tisodali wrote on his Instagram account.
And the player, who had an outstanding season with Khent Ma and his family, continued: “I promise you that I will come back stronger. I wish my team good luck this season and I will be there in the playoffs. Morocco at the World Cup.
The Amsterdam-born player went through French club Le Havre (2016-2018), who loaned him to several Dutch clubs and then wore the Belgian colors of Berskot (2018-2021) before moving to Gent.
Tisodale participated in the last African Cup of Nations as part of the Moroccan national team under the leadership of the Bosnian coach Wahid Halilhodzic. He scored twice in two decisive matches of the 2022 World Cup qualification last March against the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
At the World Cup in Qatar, scheduled for next November, Morocco is in a group that includes Belgium, Croatia and Canada. The Moroccan team was finally slapped after West Ham’s new center of defense, Englishman Nayef Akrad, was injured and underwent ankle surgery.