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Press Association Liverpool expect midfielder Philippe Coutinho to be sidelined until the end of October after the club confirmed he would undergo surgery on an injured shoulder. “Liverpool have confirmed Philippe Coutinho will undergo a procedure on the shoulder injury he sustained in Monday evening’s 2-2 draw with Swansea City,” a club statement read. “After being assessed by the Reds medical staff, it’s been decided that Coutinho will now have surgical stabilisation on the AC joint in his shoulder. “Liverpool hope to have the 21-year-old back in contention again towards the end of October.” Coutinho suffered the problem following a clash with Swansea defender Ashley Williams during Monday night’s 2-2 draw at the Liberty Stadium. The 21-year-old will undergo “surgical stabilisation” on his AC joint and could miss up to six games – including the Capital One Cup trip to Manchester United.
Kathmandu: Two Indian climbers died on Mount Kanchenjunga while descending from the summit of the world’s third highest mountain, the expedition company said on Thursday. Pasang Sherpa, Director at the Peak Promotion Nepal, the company, told Xinhua news agency that the Indian climbers collapsed at an altitude of 8,400 meters. “Indian national Biplab Baidya and Kuntal Karna died of altitude sickness while descending from the summit,” Sherpa said.Their bodies will be airlifted to Kathmandu probably on Friday, he said. A total of 23 people were in the expedition team when they left for the summit on April 6.Meanwhile, a national from Chile, Rodrigo Vivanco, has gone missing in Mount Kanchenjunga since Wednesday evening. “We have mobilized a team to rescue Rodrigo who has gone missing above Camp IV on the descent after he reportedly made it to the summit,” he said. IANS Also Read: SPORTS NEWS