The New England Revolution have announced that Saer Sene, the team's leading scorer, has undergone reconstructive surgery on his left ACL. Sene will miss six to eight months while recovering.
Sene was hurt in a Aug. 29 match against Chivas USA. The Frenchman has led the Revs with 11 goals and chipped in three assists as well. He's a candidate for the MLS newcomer of the year award after being signed from Bayern Munich’s reserve team.
The surgery was performed by Dr. Scott Martin at Brigham and Women's/Mass General Health Care Center in Foxborough.
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