"I’ve gone on antibiotics": Victor Lindelof on his recent injury

Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof has revealed he's been taking antibiotics to battle an infected toe in recent weeks. Lindelof has returned to the game during 3 - 1 win over Brighton, after missing from 1 - 0 defeat to Newcastle and two Europa League games against Partizan Belgrade due to his injury. Now the defender is linked with Sweden national squad for Euro 2020 qualifiers against Romania and the Faroe Islands. Recently the player has won Sweden's Golden Ball award for the second time in succession. Speaking to Fotbollskanalen before the international break, Lindelof has given an update on his fitness, saying: "It’s the toe I had trouble with. I got a knock against Chelsea and then it got infected so I’ve gone on antibiotics. But now there are no problems at all and it felt great this weekend [against Brighton].” The 25-year-old has become a regular player at Old Trafford. Speaking on his improvement with the Red Devils, the defender told: "Looking at the calendar year, individually it has been a good year. I think I have developed a lot and got to play many games at a very high level. I have developed a little bit of everything possible. I have honed in on details, improved what I am already good at, and taken more responsibility on the pitch.”
Source: MEN

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