The physical update of the South African star coincides with his being included in the lineup for the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers
Al Ahly released the latest news about Bafana Bafana star Percy Tau, saying that the attacker’s hamstring injury does not need to be worried.
South Africa will clashed with Ethiopia in the 2022 FIFA World Cup away game on October 9, and will face Walia Ibex at home in a few days.
But people are worried about Tau’s health because he did not participate in the full training of Al Ahly.
Cairo giants said that he started light training after a hamstring strain during a national mission in South Africa in early September this year.
“Tau did not have any chronic injuries. He suffered this type of injury during the national team training camp,” said Ahmed Abo-Ablaa, the head of Al Ahly’s medical staff. The iDiski era.
“When Percy returned to Egypt, we checked his current condition. His hamstring was partially torn, which was not serious. The player started his solo training while receiving physical therapy. He was day after day. Rehabilitation and will participate in the team’s training within a week or so.”
Tau appeared in Bafana Bafana’s World Cup qualifiers against Zimbabwe and Ghana.
He played 78 minutes in the 0-0 draw with the Harare Warriors in the away game, and then played 77 minutes in the Black Stars game at the FNB Stadium.
Bafana scored one point against Zimbabwe and defeated Ghana 1-0. Ghana ranked second with three points.
Their next opponent, Ethiopia, ranks third in the pool with 3 points, but has a poor head-to-head record with Ghana.
If Tau can participate in a back-to-back match against Ethiopia, it remains to be seen whether he is healthy enough to reproduce the form he usually has a big say in Bafana colors.