Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the scorer of his team, admitted during the 2-1 victory over Inter Milan in the Italian Football League yesterday (Saturday), that having to stay two weeks at home was difficult after he was infected with the Corona virus.
Ibrahimovic said: “Your rhythm is completely set back, and the body starts to tremble because it wants to train and play. I had to stay at home for two weeks, and it was not easy, and it was difficult on the mental level, especially in light of our fast rhythm.
The 39-year-old striker, who returned to training last week, said he had lost part of his sense of taste, but had not shown any other symptoms, according to Reuters news agency. He added, “I was examined every three days to see the result, and I told myself that I might miss the other matches, but not the summit.” No one was going to stop me. We hadn’t beaten Inter in four years in the league and I was insatiable. ” He said he was disappointed that a penalty kick was missed, even though he followed the ball into the net, scoring Milan’s first goal. “I shouldn’t have missed the penalty. The most important thing is that the team won. I am the oldest player in the squad, and I feel a lot of responsibility and I love this feeling because they all take me as an example and feel hungry to win. ”