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Torres sidelined for three weeks October 29 2007

Torres sidelined for three weeks October 29 2007

Liverpool striker Fernando Torres has been ruled out for three weeks with an adductor injury, the club confirmed on Monday.

The striker made his return to Liverpool's first XI in the game against Arsenal, but he was replaced at half-time and it was feared he had suffered a recurrence of the leg problem he sustained on international duty with Spain.

However, a scan has revealed that the Reds' record signing has torn a different muscle.

"A scan has shown a tear to a different adductor muscle to his original injury and we expect Fernando to be out for about three weeks," a spokesman said on the club's official website.

An X-ray on Xabi Alonso's foot confirmed that the Spanish international has suffered a new injury and it is not yet known how long he will be sidelined.

"An X-ray showed a fracture to the fourth metatarsal in Xabi's left foot" the spokesman added.

"Xabi will be seen by a consultant after which we will have a much better idea of the timescales involved"

Liverpool, though, have been boosted by the news that Javier Mascherano has not broken a bone in his foot after also sustaining an injury against the Gunners.

"With regards to Javier Mascherano, he had an X-ray which has showed no bone injury, but he will receive intensive treatment on extensive bruising in his foot," the spokesman concluded.

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