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Egypt international and Aston Villa winger, Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet, has tested positive for coronavirus just days after recovering from his injury.
The Villans have been without the services of Trezeguet for the past month as he had suffered a head injury which sidelined for a while.
Immediately after he sustained a hamstring injury, forcing him to miss Aston Villa’s last four games.
Now as he returned to training with his teammates, Trezeguet announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19. Seemingly joining a large number of Villa’s first team players and staff members who had also tested positive last week.
“After needing 6 stitches due to my head injury, I suffered from a muscle tear and a hamstring injury and I was absent for a month. And then after rehabilitation and returning to the team training, I was infected with the coronavirus.
Thanks God for everything. May god heal every patient.” The 26-year-old wrote on his social media accounts.
Aston Villa currently sit in eighth place in the Premier League table with 26 points after 15 games.
Trezeguet featured in 10 games for Villa across all competitions this season without scoring so far.
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