Robben frustrated with groin injury that ruled him out of Netherlands win over Hungary

The Bayern winger picked up a groin problem ahead of Tuesday's World Cup qualifier, and he could now be out of action for a while
Bayern Munich attacker Arjen Robben has voiced his frustration at picking up yet another injury while away on international duty.

The injury-prone winger was set to feature from the start in Netherlands' World Cup qualifier versus Hungary on Tuesday, but was forced to pull out only minutes before kick-off due to a groin injury.

"It's obviously very disappointing. I already wasn't fully match fit after the match versus Turkey, but I thought I would be alright," Robben stated to NUsport.

"Nevertheless, I then felt pain in my groin while warming up. I am really disappointed."

It is not yet exactly known how long the Dutchman will be out of action for, but it is unlikely that he will be recovered in time for this weekend's Bundesliga match versus Mainz.