Dortmund - Borussia Dortmund's first league win in eight came at a cost after it was confirmed that Marco Reus has suffered an injury to his left ankle that will rule him out of Germany's upcoming internationals.

'Possible return in two weeks'

Strains to his ligaments and tendons, as well as swelling around the bone, mean that the attacking midfielder will miss

die Nationalmannschaft

's upcoming fixtures against Gibraltar (Nürnberg, 14 November 2014) in UEFA European Championship Qualifying Group D and a friendly against Spain (Vigo, 18 November 2014).

The 25-year-old suffered the injury in his side's

1-0 win

over Borussia Mönchengladbach on Matchday 11 but could be fit again for Matchday 12, when Dortmund travel to SC Paderborn 07. The news was confirmed after Reus underwent tests in a Dortmund hospital on Monday. The tweet below reads: "Marco Reus diagnosis: ligament/tendon strain + bone swelling in the ankle. Possible return to action in two weeks".