The Mexican Raul Jimenez, forward of Wolverhampton Wanderers, assured that he now enjoys football more than ever after overcoming the serious skull
The Mexican Raul Jimenez, forward of Wolverhampton Wanderers, assured that he now enjoys football more than ever after overcoming the serious skull injury he suffered in November 2020.
The Mexican player, who already knows what it is to score in this Premier League, He was able to play again this summer after many months away due to the skull fracture he suffered in a collision with David Luiz at Emirates Stadium.
“I am enjoying soccer now more than ever,” the Aztec forward told the BBC. “Because it’s life and you never know when it’s going to end,” he added.
“During the preseason I tried not to go to the fouls, to the corners, as a precaution, but now I don’t think about it,” said Jiménez.
After a difficult start to the campaign, Jiménez scored his first official goal after injury (he scored another in preseason) against Southampton and little by little he is making a good pair in attack with South Korean Hwang Hee-Chan.
The ‘Lobos’ are eleventh in the table, with thirteen points, and this weekend they will face Everton at the Molineux Stadium.
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