Bayern Munich’s Kingsley Coman intensifies recovery from knee ligament injury

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Kingsley Coman recovery

Since the end of January, the France international player has not been in action.

Kingsley Coman, a winger for Bayern Munich, is back to light training after missing time due to a knee ligament injury.

On January 27, during a 3-2 Bundesliga victory against Augsburg, the 27-year-old France international tore the medial collateral ligament in his left knee. However, on Monday morning, he resumed running.

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“Kingsley Coman completed a running session on Monday morning for the first time since tearing the medial collateral ligament in his left knee,” according to a statement posted on the team’s official website.

After the 2-1 victory at home against RB Leipzig, the winger ran a few circuits around the Sabener Strasse club grounds as his teammates took the day off.

“Coman has taken a step towards his comeback after being sidelined following his injury in FC Bayern’s Bundesliga match against FC Augsburg at the end of January.”

More encouraging news for head coach Thomas Tuchel came when full-backs Sacha Boey and Noussair Mazraoui recovered from hamstring injuries to return to the training field.

“Right behind Coman, right-backs Noussair Mazraoui and Sacha Boey also appeared on FC Bayern’s training pitch to finish their first laps following hamstring strains,” the announcement read.

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