Nepal’s Laken Limbu Out of World Cup Qualifiers Due to Injury

Nepal’s Star Midfielder Laken Limbu Faces World Cup Qualifier Setback

In a disappointing turn of events, Nepal’s standout midfielder, Laken Limbu, is set to miss the crucial FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Yemen. The anticipated clash, scheduled for 21 November 2023 at 7 PM NST at the Dasharath Stadium, is now clouded by Limbu’s recent leg injury.

Limbu suffered the setback during a match against the United Arab Emirates in Dubai on November 16. This was a blow to both his national team and Jhapa FC in the upcoming Nepal Super League. The injury, expected to sideline him for approximately two weeks, puts a question mark on his immediate participation in key football fixtures.

Watch the video of how Laken Limbu was injured in the match
Laken Limbu Against UAE – FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers

The absence of the prolific midfielder is undoubtedly a setback for Limbu himself and also the teams he represents. This has added an element of uncertainty to the outcomes of these important football events. Fans and supporters will be anxiously awaiting updates on Limbu’s recovery as the teams prepare for the challenges ahead.

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