Mjelde has been out of business since then League Cup Final on March 14 When she was seriously injured in the knee. The Chelsea player had to walk off the field.
But on Tuesday, the national team captain finally made his return to the Champions League match against Swiss Servet.
– It’s hard for me to explain how I feel, it was emotional, Mjelde tells NRK.
The Bergenseren players could smell victory in the air.
– After the match all the feelings came. She says it means a lot.
– Strange year
Megildi says the time after the injury was tough.
– It’s been a strange, long year. I had to learn completely “basic” things again, like walking or running. Sometimes it seemed unrealistic to be able to play football again, but she says it helped me to have people around me who have faith.
– What answers did you get when you were in the field?
– When I ran on the track there, it seemed as if everything had been forgotten and the body was working as usual. Mjelde says it was an insanely good feeling.
– But I have a long-range goal. She assures that I will build myself up to play football for several years.
Happy on behalf of Marine
After the match, which Chelsea won 7-0 (Guru Ritten scored one of the goals), coach Emma Hayes paid more attention to the praise of the midfielder.
– It was a great team effort, but personally I want to talk about Marine McGildy. She’s now back on the team after being away for a few months…she’s spent an insane amount of hours for this. Hayes says in an interview published on Chelsea that the team is delighted on behalf of Marin Twitter- konto.
In the post-match press conference, she also referred to Mjildi as a “Rolls-Royce player”.
“She’s a special person in our environment,” Hayes said. BBC.
He will contribute to the national team
Migildi says she really appreciates the words.
– When I saw those compliments and this support … it really means everything to me.
– What do you think of the national team and playing there now?
– First of all, I am very happy to be part of the national team again. I’ve been part of the national team for many years, but I really take everything as it is.
– I have a goal to contribute, but I don’t know if it will be in the field or in training, says Mjelde.
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