In their Week 14 match against Leeds (6-2) in the EPL, Manchester United defender Victor Lindelöf talked about the difficulties he faced.
“It was complicated. In the past few months, I’ve suffered a lot with my back, so it was important to get the care and recovery right,’ Lindelöf told ESPN.
“And I took another bad blow to my knee in the match against Sheffield Wednesday. Before Leeds, it was a 50/50 scenario, but I was able to get on the pitch and play while I was in pain. I just want the team to help. For me, it wasn’t easy, but I was able to play through the pain. You always want to win trophies at this club, so we have an important game on Wednesday.
Now, time goes from game to game easily, so we need to recover properly and plan well for the games. I think the strength of our squad before this time is also very significant. But, as I said, we want to win trophies, and we want to win every chance and improve, of course.”
This season, the Swede played 12 games in the EPL, scored one goal, and provided one assist.