While taking a routine clearance during Atlas’s rescheduled Jornada 8 game, Ustari’s left knee appeared to dislocate. The keeper suffered a ruptured patellar tendon and underwent surgery this Friday.
Gutiérrez suffered a sprained right ankle while Hernández picked up a left knee injury.
Juan Carlos Osorio has called up Raúl López (Pachuca) and César Montes (Monterrey) as replacements.
The complete roster can be found here.
Pedro Gallese had to leave Veracruz’s game against Pachuca on Tuesday night after suffering an injury to his right hand. The club reported that the goalkeeper suffered a fracture and underwent surgery.
Álvarez suffered the injury late in the game in a collision with Everaldo Stum.
Club doctor Francisco José Marbán reported that the goalkeeper suffered multiple fractures to the left side of his face, including the zygomatic bone and the eye socket. The eye itself was not injured.
Rocha reported via Twitter that he had suffered a fractured fifth metacarpal, a diagnosis that coach Roberto Hernández confirmed.
Carlos Salcedo will miss the rest of the Confederations Cup – and the start of the season with his new club Eintracht Frankfurt – after suffering a shoulder injury in Wednesday’s game against New Zealand.
The defender fell awkwardly on his shoulder and was stretchered off the field in the 33rd minute of that game. The Mexican Football Federation (FMF) confirmed that Salcedo suffered ligament damage in his acromioclavicular joint.
Cándido Ramírez is set to miss a second straight season with a persistent knee injury. Ramírez missed the Clausura 2017 season after suffering a torn ACL in November 2016, and he is now set to remain sidelined after undergoing a second knee surgery.
Ramírez, 24, re-injured himself in preseason, where a hyper-extension of his knee led to injuries to both his lateral meniscus and medial meniscus, as well as a re-torn ACL.
Corona had been called up as part of the 32-man roster for El Tri’s upcoming busy schedule of friendlies, World Cup qualifiers, and Confederations Cup games, but further testing on his knee has ruled him out.
Jiménez, 28, was injured in Sunday’s second leg against Chivas, resulting in his early substitution in the first half. Imaging studies have revealed that he suffered both a torn ACL and a torn meniscus in his left knee.
The incident occurred in the 17th minute, when Pizarro and Pachuca’s Óscar Murillo contested an aerial ball. Pizarro returned to the game after treatment but was eventually subbed out in the 56th minute.