JESUS WEPT BRAZIL pair Alex Telles and Gabriel Jesus have been ruled OUT of the World Cup, according to reports.
The Arsenal star suffered a knee injury against Cameroon, while the Manchester United left-back also hobbled off in the 1-0 defeat.
Alex Telles will miss the rest of the World Cup after suffering a knee injury
The Manchester United left-back was devastated as he left the pitch
Gabriel Jesus’ knee was heavily strapped up after he was withdrawn
Telles was withdrawn early in the second period on Friday, 10 minutes before the striker came off.
With the Samba Boys already assured of their place in the last-16, Tite rung the changes and handed both their first starts of the tournament.
But it proved a costly night for the five-time winners, who suffered their first group stage defeat for 24 years and lost two key players.
According to Brazilian outlet Globo, the pair will play no further part in Qatar.
The duo underwent for scans on Saturday morning and were hit with the bad news when the results came back.
Jesus could miss around one month, which immediately puts him in a race against time to be fit for Arsenal’s Boxing Day clash with West Ham.
The report claims that he’s been playing through pain for his club, but not enough to stop him from going to the World Cup.
Meanwhile, Telles’ case is thought to be more serious.
The 29-year-old left the field in tears and could be forced to undergo surgery after also injuring his knee.
This comes with Brazil still sweating on the fitness of Neymar, who missed the last two games and is doubtful for the last-16 tie with South Korea