When you feel sorry for a person or a cute animal, what you really need to do is love them and put their needs before yours. Affect3d Tara S First AssignmentgolkesThe midfielder was in action for Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday as the club won 3-0 at Werder Bremen.
But he suffered an injury during the game which took him to the hospital and the club are reluctant to say whether he is likely to be fit for Saturday's Bundesliga clash with Stuttgart.
Afterwards, Shinji Kagawa described his teammate as "getting better".
"We got through the game without any problems," he said. "We are happy about that. I want to see him play in the next two matches."
Borussia Dortmund are on a four-match winning streak and have been playing well during the run-in.
They now sit fifth in the Bundesliga and two points off second place.
"We are in a good position," Kagawa told reporters. "We had a long injury break which is important. After the break, we have played well. We are satisfied with the result."
Dortmund midfielder Shinji Kagawa is a big hit at the club after moving from Cerezo Osaka in Japan. In his first season at Dortmund, he helped them qualify for the Champions League and has become an integral member of the team. Kagawa, a midfielder, has played a total of 162 times in the Bundesliga since joining the club in 2011 and has scored six goals.
Substitute Shinji Kagawa gave Borussia Dortmund a valuable win against Werder Bremen to maintain their place in the Bundesliga's top five on Monday. Kagawa put the Bundesliga leaders ahead before Hakan Calhanoglu and Jadon Sancho sealed a comfortable victory that leaves them nine points clear at the top of the table. Kagawa came on after 71 minutes for Thorgan Hazard and injected his side with renewed vitality, winning the ball back quickly and switching play to the Frenchman. "We needed a win," Kagawa told reporters. "We always had the intention to win this match and I think it was important to play a full game. We were missing that in the second half. We wanted to win but we weren't able to. Now we'll try to build on it." Kagawa admitted that it was a "strange" game for him, having spent the night in the German hospital where he was recovering from a high ankle sprain suffered against 0b46394aab