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Arsenal fear Aaron Ramsey could be out for at least a month with hamstring strain

Ramsey lasted only nine minutes before succumbing to a third hamstring strain of the campaign

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Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey was substituted after suffering an injury against Leicester City

London, Feb 11 English football club Arsenal fears midfielder Aaron Ramsey is set to be out for at least four weeks after suffering a hamstring injury against Leicester City Wednesday. Ramsey lasted only nine minutes before succumbing to a third hamstring strain of the campaign -- with Mathieu Flamini taking the 24-year-old's position, reports dailymail.co.uk.

Speaking of Ramsey's injury after Arsenal's 2-1 Premier League win against Leicester, Arsene Wenger said: "I cannot say it is not a worry, It is not good news."

Arsenal are also sweating on the fitness of star striker Alexis Sanchez. The Chilean started the midweek clash at the Emirates Stadium, after returning from a hamstring injury. But he hurt his left knee and was under-par until he was replaced in the 68th minute by French striker Olivier Giroud.

The incident came following a tackle by Leicester defender Matthew Upson, that left the 26-year-old nursing his knee with ice once he was substituted.

After the game, Sanchez later tweeted, hinting that his injury may have been more than a "knock" as Wenger claimed.

"Sometimes the love for the game and anxiety to be on a football pitch works against you," he tweeted.

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