Morocco’s nationwide football gamer Amine Habit hurt himself in front of the World Cup in the last league game and probably missed the competition in Qatar.
The previous Schalke midfielder, who previously had 16 worldwide matches, suffered a cruciate ligament pressure in the left knee, as his club announced.
The 25-year-old was brought off the pitch in the 3-2 win of his French club Olympic Marseille at AS Monaco after collapsing with opponent Axel Disease in the 58th minute.
It should now get a care that was adjusted to his injury, it said.
The World Cup in Qatar begins on November 20.
Morocco plays his opening video game in Group F on November 23 versus Vice World Champion Croatia.
The team of coach Hold Regroup then satisfies Belgium (November 27) and Canada (December 1).
For the North Africans who celebrated their World Cup debut in 1970, it is sixth involvement in a World Cup.