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'For the last two and a half weeks, I've not trained at all... it's a niggling injury which won't go away': Liverpool star Andy Robertson reveals he played through the pain barrier against Man City after withdrawing from Scotland squad Andy Robertson has been struggling with a 'niggling injury', he has revealed The Scotland captain will miss two Euro 2020 qualifiers for Steve Clarke's side  Robertson said he has not trained for Liverpool 'for the last two and a half weeks' He played through the pain barrier against Manchester City but must rest up

By Nathan Salt For Mailonline

Published: 23:50 GMT, 12 November 2019 | Updated: 23:59 GMT, 12 November 2019

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Andy Robertson has revealed he played through the pain barrier against title rivals Manchester City, despite the Liverpool full-back not training 'for the last two and a half weeks'. 

Robertson is a regular fixture in Jurgen Klopp's title-chasing side and he put a 'niggling injury' aside to play in one of the biggest games of the season on Sunday. 

But he now accepts that his injury 'won't go away' unless he rests it up and so the decision has been made for Robertson to miss the two Euro 2020 qualifiers. 

Andy Robertson said that he played through the pain barrier for Liverpool against Man City

Andy Robertson said that he played through the pain barrier for Liverpool against Man City

He has since withdrawn from the Scotland squad to allow a 'niggling injury' to clear itself up

He has since withdrawn from the Scotland squad to allow a 'niggling injury' to clear itself up

Robertson, along with 's Scott McTominay and Bournemouth's Ryan Fraser, pulled out of Steve Clarke's squad on Monday.  

'It's a big disappointment for me to miss out,' Robertson said. 'I don't care what

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