The Betis goalkeeper was injured in the match against FC Barcelona, and his fans are already asking, how long will Claudio Bravo, who a few days ago got into a fight on Twitter, be out of the field?
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The Chilean national team international was unable to finish the match against the Culés and doubts about his continuity on the field are already flooding the internet.
How long will Claudio Bravo be out of the field?
According to experts consulted and to Manuel Pellegrini's statement, who said that the goalkeeper suffered a muscular injury in the ischium, Bravo could be out for up to 2 weeks, if the injury is minor.
But if the injury is more serious than what the press was told, the player could spend from 4 to 8 weeks in recovery, so he would miss the rest of La Liga, which has already been won by Real Madrid.
However, the number of injuries that Bravo has suffered since his arrival at Real Betis Balompie is already starting to worry the club's fans who have seen how the Chilean national team goalkeeper has missed 21 games so far with Los Betis due to injury.
The latest was a calf injury that caused him to miss up to 6 games, although that is not the most serious injury the player has suffered, as while playing for Manchester City, Bravo suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon, which caused him to miss 48 Premier League games.
And while so far neither the goalkeeper nor Betis has given more information about the 39-year-old's health, it seems that age is already taking its toll on him as the injuries since his arrival with Betis has not stopped.
But this is not the only reason why the goalkeeper has gone viral on the internet, as a few days ago he had an epic fight on Twitter with his national teammate, Gary Medel.
Why did Claudio Bravo get into a fight on Twitter a few days ago?
This week an epic fight broke out on Twitter when Gary Medel shared that he would stay and live in Spain as the living conditions in Chile did not seem the best for his family.
His comment was retweeted by one person who criticized him and said, "He still doesn't know that he's going to have to pay taxes in Spain. He thinks that for millionaires like him, everything is free". And the tweet sparked Claudio Bravo's fury.
He responded with a tweet in which he said: "Luck? I don't believe much in luck, I do believe that when you dedicate yourself and work hard to achieve something you can achieve it. Since I was 8 years old I work in search of that something that for you is luck. A lot of luck if you know how to get it. Great day to you.
However, the fight escalated as a tweeter replied to Bravo: "If you don't help, don't talk to me about social conscience. I hate people with their social speeches but am stingy in their contributions. Let them continue to contribute autographed jerseys that the brand gives them as a gift".
And it was then that the Betis goalkeeper really exploded and responded:
"Look, you're going to have to eat my b*lls. I'll give you a choice. Right or left first?", a tweet that he accompanied with two media headlines that talked about the goalkeeper's charity work.
In the end, the conflict ended, but the tweets of the Chilean national soccer team players went viral within seconds of being launched, reaching more than 10 thousand likes.