Jordan Henderson: Liverpool captain ruled out for 3 weeks with hamstring injury

Jordan Henderson: Liverpool captain ruled out for 3 weeks with hamstring injury

- Jordan Henderson will be out of action for Liverpool for three weeks through a hamstring injury

- The England midfield ace pulled out of the pitch in the 80th minute against Atletico Madrid

- It has now been confirmed Henderson will miss a couple of games including EPL tie against Chelsea

Jordan Henderson, has been ruled out for three weeks following confirmation that the ace midfielder has been hit by a hamstring injury.

The England international has been instrumental to Liverpool's outstanding campaign across all competitions this season and will obviously lead them to their first EPL title in 30 years.

Against Atletico Madrid, Henderson was pulled out in the 80th minute as Liverpool suffered a 1-0 defeat to the Spanish giants in their first leg encounter of the UCL Round 16.

Henderson initially looked to be carried out on the stretcher but he walked down the tunnel for treatment before he was eventually subbed.

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Jurgen Klopp has now confirmed that the 29-year-old midfielder will be out for three weeks, adding that a scan has been carried out to confirm the severity of the injury.

"It could have been worse. How we all know," Klopp told reporters.

"It was a hamstring thing, and we’ve heard of different hamstring injuries around the Premier League - Harry Kane, for example - it’s not that bad.

"But he will be out for, I think, three weeks or so, which is not cool. But, how we see it, we were still lucky."

Liverpool will face West Ham in their next encounter followed by Watford before a much-anticipated clash against Chelsea.

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Meanwhile, had reported that Jurgen Klopp and his players are just a few steps to historical first EPL diadem in 30 years, and with just five victories left, Liverpool may shatter some of the existing records to walk their way to the dreamland.

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The Reds have never tasted any defeat since the beginning of the season and are standing comfortably without any blemish on the table with huge 76 points in 26 matches played.

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