Czechia midfielder Michal Sadilek ruled out of Euro 2024


Michal Sadilek of FC Twente
Michal Sadilek of FC Twente dribbles during the Dutch Eredivisie match between FC Twente and Fortuna Sittard at Grolsch Veste on April 6, 2024 in Enschede, Netherlands

Czechia's Euro 2024 hopes have suffered a blow following an injury to midfielder Michal Sadilek, who has been forced to pull out of the tournament after falling off a bike. 

The 25-year-old plays his football in the Netherlands with FC Twente and he featured at the last European Championships. Sadilek also captained his nation in a 7-1 win over Malta on Friday. 

A statement from the Czechia FA on Sunday confirmed that the player would miss the tournament after 'suffering a laceration in his leg' following the fall. 

'This is a big setback for us, because Michal is one of our experienced players,' Hasek said. 'It was not without reason that he wore the captain’s armband during the match against Malta.'

Manager Ivan Hasek confirmed Sadilek's said losing the star, who has been capped 24 times for the national team, is a serious blow. 

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