Dmitrovic, the first World Cup player under Sampaoli’s orders

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the goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovc is the first representative of the staff of Seville in Qatar World Cup who returned to training for the Andalusian team in the capital of Seville.

Serbia were eliminated in the group stage after losing 2-3 to Switzerland in the last match after coming back from 0-1 down, leaving two Sevilla players in the final draw, Dmitrovic himself and midfielder Nemanja Gudelj. The goalkeeper did not participate in any matches for his team at Qatar 2022 and decided to bring forward his return, while the versatile outfield player will enjoy a few more days off.

With Bono still progressing with Morocco, having been their big hero against Spain, Dmitrovic is the only goalkeeper from the first team available to Sampaoli for Wednesday’s friendly against Monaco at Sánchez Pizjuán.

Of Sevilla’s ten players who started the World Cup, Moroccans Bono and En-Nesyri and Argentines Acuña, Montiel and Papu Gómez are in the quarterfinals, as Brazilian Alex Telles has already ruled out the World Cup due to injury after suffering a partial tear of the internal lateral ligament in the last match of the first phase against Cameroon. Delaney was also injured in the first game in Denmark, a team in which Sevilla player Dolberg also participated, although the striker on loan from Nice may have completed his journey to Nervión and is targeting Hoffenheim from January .

Sevilla prepare to return to competition, next Wednesday, December 21, against Juventud de Torremolinos in the second round of the Copa del Rey. The first league match is on Friday the 30th in Balaídos against Celta.

Source: La Verdad

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