Kenyan international captain Michael Olunga is injured and this brings uncertainty to whether he will be fit before the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup back to back qualifiers against Mali on Wednesday 6th (away) and Sunday 11th October (home).
The former Gor Mahia and Thika United man has missed two consecutive matches for his Qatar side Al Duhail which is competing in the Qatari Stars League.
There is need for the Kenyan camp to worry since the striker has never missed a match since January but has lately missed two consecutive matches against Al Arabi and Al Gharafa.
Qatari news outlet, Staddoha has stated that Olunga suffered an injury before the Al Arabi game. Michael had kicked off the season on a high note - scoring a brace against Al Khor.
However, his club is yet to issue an update on Olunga’s injury.
Olunga will join the list of injured Harambee Stars players after Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi’s Masud Juma who is ruled out for three weeks.
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