Germany star Dzsenifer Marozsan will miss the rest of the Women's World Cup group stage with a broken toe, coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg has confirmed.
Lyon midfielder Marozsan played on with the injury to her left foot in Saturday's 1-0 win over China, but she will miss at least the next two matches.
💬 Martina #Voss-Tecklenburg: "She has broken her toe, which means she will not play any further part in the group stages."— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) June 11, 2019
We will be without Dzsenifer #Marozsan for the next couple of games. Get well soon, Maro! 🙏
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Germany face Spain on Wednesday before taking on South Africa on Monday, with the 27-year-old's fitness to be reassessed afterwards.
"[Marozsan] has broken her toe, which means she will not play any further part in the group stage," Voss-Tecklenburg told a news conference.
"We will try to get her back on the pitch at the World Cup, but we cannot give a forecast.
"This injury hurts, especially for her, because this is a special World Cup for Dzseni. We cannot replace her, because she has special skills. We have to make up for that as a team."
Team-mate Leonie Maier said: "We were all shocked and sad, but our squad is wide-ranging. We can compensate for the injury and will play for Maro."
Marozsan has won the Champions League title four times - once with Frankfurt and on three occasions with Lyon - and previously captained her country.