The Chilean goalkeeper was replaced towards the end of Saturday’s match and examinations on Sunday confirmed he has an injured right leg
FC Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo suffered a calf strain in his right leg towards the end of Saturday’s game with Real Betis. The Chilean called to be substituted by Ter Stegen with just a few minutes of the match left.
The keeper underwent tests on Sunday morning which confirm he has an injury to the calf of his right leg. The extent of the injury will determine how long he will be out for.
Until now, Bravo had played all 34 league matches this season, conceding just 23 goals.