Jordan Henderson suffers ankle injury in Liverpool's Champions League game at Bayern Munich
Henderson's participation in England's Euro 2020 qualifying double-header this month now looks in doubt
Last Updated: 13/03/19 11:32pm
Jordan Henderson was forced off with an apparent ankle injury in the first half of Liverpool's Champions League last-16 tie against Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
Henderson appeared to roll his ankle following an early collision with Bayern midfielder James Rodriguez when the score was still at 0-0.
The Liverpool captain, who was also named in Gareth Southgate's England squad on Wednesday, was replaced by Fabinho after only 13 minutes at the Allianz Arena in Munich.
Liverpool went on to beat Bayern 3-1, and after the stunning win boss Jurgen Klopp gave an update on Henderson's injury.
"It's a big night with a little shadow that is Hendo's twisted ankle," Klopp said.
"It's Hendo, so he's a hard one, but we have to see, of course. It looks hopefully not that serious but for tonight we had to change.
"That's always a bad sign for a game, when you have to change early. We trained with him there in that position - we wanted to, not to rest Fabinho, but we wanted to bring in fresh legs and Hendo had fresh legs but unfortunately that didn't help with the ankle."
Henderson was restored to Liverpool's line-up for the trip to Munich where he partnered James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum in midfield after starting Sundays 4-2 Premier League win over Burnley from the bench.
Liverpool's next Premier League game sees them visit Craven Cottage to take on Fulham, live on Sky Sports Premier League, on Sunday.
England host Czech Republic on Friday March 22 before travelling to play fellow Group A opponents Montenegro three days later.