Early indications show Germany star Bastian Schweinsteiger will miss out on the World Cup knockout round clash with England with a hamstring injury.
The Bayern Munich midfielder hobbled off with ten minutes left of the Bavarians' 1-0 win over Ghana on Wednesday and refused to talk to the press after the game, instead having a meeting with doctors and coach Joachim Loew.
With the England game just four days away it looks like the playmaker could miss out, while team-mates Mesut Oezil and Jerome Boateng also picked up knocks. Source
From another article:
Germany manager Joachim Löw said he was "optimistic" that 25-year-old Schweinsteiger had left the pitch "in time" to avoid lasting damage, but a member of the medical team later rated his chances to feature in the last round of 16 against England in Bloemfontein "fifty-fifty, at best." [...]
Löw admitted to more potential issues. Boateng suffered from a "back problem," while Mesut Özil, the goal-scorer, had "turned an ankle", according to the 50-year-old. Source