Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has been ruled out of Premier League fixture against West Ham United due to a hamstring injury.
Sterling has suffered a fracture in his left hamstring, Manchester City confirmed on Friday.
“Raheem Sterling will miss our game against West Ham this weekend after scans revealed he has suffered damage to his left hamstring. Everyone at City wishes @sterling7 a full and speedy recovery,” the club said on Twitter.
Raheem Sterling will miss our game against West Ham this weekend after scans revealed he has suffered damage to his left hamstring.
— Manchester City (@ManCity) February 6, 2020
Sterling picked up a knock during Manchester City’s 0-2 defeat against Tottenham in the Premier League, last week.
As a result, the 25-year-old had to limp off the pitch. Sterling has damaged his left hamstring, a scan confirmed.
After 25 matchdays, Manchester City currently holds the second spot in the Premier League tables, 22 points behind leaders Liverpool, who are unbeaten, so far.
Man City will now take on West Ham in the Premier League at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.