Kieran Tierney Rules Out of The Euro 2024 After He Suffered Hamstring Injury


Scottish left back Kieran Tierney has been ruled out of the Euro 2024 after he suffered a hamstring injury.

The player has returned to Arsenal due to the hamstring injury.

Tierney was taken off the pitch in the 1-1 draw against Switzerland on Wednesday, June 19, 2024. Scott McKenna was brought in to replace Tierney in the closing stage of the game.

He will play no part in the qualifier decided against Hungary on Sunday, June 23, 2024.

Scotland national team assistant manager John Carver revealed the extent of the Tierney injury in a press conference. The assistant manager said, “He’s got an issue with his hamstring, and as we speak, he’s heading home to be assessed by Arsenal.”

“That’s all I can say. They will be able to give updates when they have them. He became disappointed. If we do progress through the tournament, I’m sure he will be back to support us.”

“But he’s a young lad; he’s got time, and he needs to make sure it is right for his return. It’s a blow because he is one of our top players. At tournament football, you need your best players on the field.”

Kieran Tierney

“In particular, with him, he gives us balance on the left with Andy Robertson and Callum McGregor. They combine really well. So when any team loses its best players, it will affect the situation.”

The Scotland national team must defeat Hungary to proceed to the next round of the tournament. If they defeat the Hungarians, it will be the first time the Scotland national team qualify for the knockout stage of the tournament.

The Scotland national team will be without first-team defenders like Aaron Hickey and Nathan Paterson. The Scotland national team will be going into the final group stage game with confidence and enthusiasm.

Kieran Tierney Injury History

In the 2016–17 season, the defender had a torn lateral ankle ligament and was out for 85 days, missing 16 matches. 

In the 2017/18 season, the defender was out for 22 days. He missed five matches. In the 2018–19 season, the defender was out for a total of 133 days, missing a total of 17 matches.

In the 2019–20 season, he was out for 96 days, missing 19 matches after suffering from a shoulder injury.

The player was out for 83 days, missing 19 matches in all competitions in the 2020-21 season.

The defender suffered two different injuries in the 2021-22 season. He was out for a total of 114 days, missing 17 matches in all competitions.

In the 2023–24 season, the defender suffered different injuries and was out for 100 days. Tierney missed a total of 21 matches.

Kieran Tierney Stats

He made 322 appearances, scoring 13 goals and creating 52 assists in all club competitions. Tierney has received 21 yellow cards and zero red cards in his career.

Out of the 13 goals scored, eight were for Celtic and five were for Arsenal. 

He made his international debut for the Scotland national team on March 29, 2016. Tierney proceeded to score a goal in 46 appearances for the country.

Kieran Tierney’s Arsenal contract

In 2021, the defender signed a five-year contract with Arsenal. The five-year contract will end on June 30, 2026. 

Kieran Tierney Achievements

The defender won the FA Cup and two Community Shields with Arsenal. He won five Scottish titles, three Scottish Cups, and three Scottish League Cups with Celtic.


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