The news just went from bad to worse for Calen Carr.
The Houston Dynamo announced Wednesday that the injury Carr suffered in the second half of Sunday’s MLS Cup final was a torn ACL in his left knee and he is expected to undergo surgery to repair it. Carr sustained the knock in the 57th minute of the Dynamo’s 3-1 loss to the LA Galaxy this past Sunday when he collided with Galaxy centerback Omar Gonzalez, and the 30-year-old forward was immediately replaced by Macoumba Kandji.
Carr, who scored the opening goal in Sunday’s defeat, is set to undergo several weeks of rehabilitation prior to having surgery, for which there is no date yet set.
The timetable for his recovery will be decided once the surgery is complete.
What do you think of Carr tearing his ACL? Still believe the Dynamo would have won MLS Cup had he not gotten injured?
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