January 19, 2022

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Liverpool Star Virgil Van Dijk Suffers A Dislocated finger’ On International Duty.

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Virgil van Dijk seemed to have dislocated his finger last night .when he represented the Netherlands. Virgil van Dijk, who represented the Netherlands yesterday evening, seemed to have a dislocated finger. For this time, since his long-term injury. The Liverpool defender had been absent from international service, having been sidelined in Euro 2020.

Van Dijk returned in a 2022 World Cup qualifier against Norway. But he seemed to have his finger put back into place on the pitch after a suspected dislocation.

The event took place at the beginning of the second half. But Louis van Gaal’s side won a 1–1 draw, and the 30-year-old decided to continue playing. And after the match, the Liverpool star had no difficulty with his other hand. When he was interrupted by a fan who wanted a picture during his media work and pushed him mildly.

Next to Van Dijk, on Saturday and Tuesday.  He will be competing against Montenegro and Turkey in his quest to be World Cup captain.


In his three Premier League matches so far this season for the Reds, Van Dijk has to look back to his best, despite fears that the former man in Southampton could take a while to find his feet again.

BBC Sport expert Garth Crooks described the Dutchman as a ‘once in a generation player to discuss the Liverpool Defender’s performance against Chelsea.

If the shot that Mendy scrambled across the line looked like the right knee of Van Dijk has fully recovered from the injury he suffered last season against Everton, “Crooks said that.

“Slowly but surely, the Netherlands is returning to the boil.

“Not only is he once again in charge of his area, but he is also more and more forward and in the opposition, box becoming a threat. Defenders such as Van Dijk are coming together once a generation.”


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