Premier League champions Manchester City are set to do without Brazilian import, Danilo, who was injured in Tuesday's exhibition game against Argentina.
The encounter which took place King Abdullah Sports City, Saudi Arabia, saw the Brazilian roll his left ankle after halting an Argentina attack in the 53rd minute, and was stretched off amid tears by a medical truck.
The 27-year-old appeared worried after Liverpool's Fabinho stepped in for him, and will likely miss out of City's EPL home fixture against Burnley, at the weekend.
At the last count, the Selecao star, Danilo has just one game for the Pep Guardiola tutored-side this term - the 3-0 EFL Cup win at Oxford.
However, with the latest setback, the defender will definitely find it tough to pin down a permanent spot at the Etihad.
Recently, he suffered similar injury to the same ankle, and was just returning to the nation team after missing the Selecao's summer World Cup campaign in Russia.
Equally, Danilo failed to take part in Manchester City's pre-season tour of USA and has not featured for defending champions in the Premier League season.
Interestingly, the game appeared to be heading to a 0-0 draw between Brazil and Argentina, but Miranda had other plans as his 93rd minute headed goal seperated both sides in the Super Clasico clash in Saudi Arabia.