‘Return after 3 months’ Eriksen, “Revenge for Carol? I’m not that kind of person”
Christian Eriksen had no feelings for Andy Carroll who injured him.
Eriksen signed a three-year contract with Manchester United through the transfer window last summer and entered Old Trafford. He still shows the image of a soccer guru and has emerged as a key resource by playing a vital role in the team’s midfield.
Eriksen did a good job in whatever role he was given. Coach Erik ten Haag gave Eriksen a variety of roles, including the 8th and 6th positions, and he took on the role of an offensive link while forming a midfield with Bruno Fernandes and Casemiro.토토사이트
Manchester United, coached by Ten Hagh, who completed the spine line, was on a winning streak. In particular, after the World Cup break, they recorded 7 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss until February. The ranking also rose, soaring to 3rd place at the time. In addition to winning the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup), they also reached the quarterfinals by defeating Barcelona in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League (UEL).
But bad news happened. Eriksen collapsed after receiving a deep tackle from Andy Carroll in the 12th minute of the second half in the fourth round of the FA Cup against Reading in late January. After the match, Eriksen appeared on his crutches. After a rehabilitation period of about two and a half months, Eriksen made his comeback on the 8th against Everton.
Eriksen’s comeback is like a thousand forces. During the period he was out due to injury, even Casemiro was absent due to suspension, leaving a large gap in the midfield. Marcel Sabitzer, Scott McTominay, and Fred alternated, but the ball circulation felt stuffy. Fortunately, he will return with a month before the end of the season and focus on the remaining games.
To celebrate Eriksen’s return, Manchester United shared Eriksen’s interview video through ‘UTD Podcast’ on the 11th. “I told my team-mates to win so that there will be more games when I come back,” Eriksen said. The message was that the more games you win, the more cup games you can play, the more games and finals you have the potential to play. It’s a good time to come back and make the final push.”
In the middle of the question, the story of an injury came up. Eriksen said, “I felt something (immediately after the injury). It felt like my calves had gone up.” When asked if he wanted revenge, he said, “No, I’m not one of those people. I was more surprised that he wasn’t warned. But revenge isn’t my way.”