Bruna Vilamala At the age of 20, he lived the most special day of his career. He reappeared in Barça-Alavés (8-0) after 13 months, finally recovering from the tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee that he suffered on October 25, 2021 in a Portugal-Spain Under-23 game . Almost 400 days later, he came on for Claudia Pina with fans chanting his name, barely scoring a goal, attending Geyses in the final goal and ended up on the blanket of his teammates.
“I don’t know how I am. I feel many emotions: happiness, pride, nostalgia… I am very happy that I’m back and I hope it will be for a long time. I didn’t expect them to sing you the my name,” he explained after the game, admitting that “I have a lot of illusions. Bayern (Thursday, November 24, 6:45 pm). I was very happy and excited to go and, at least, warm up. I hope to have a minute and fulfill the dreams of all culé of playing at Camp Nou”.
He explained how the mantle came to life: “Ana (Crnogorcevic) messed it up From the rondo that he was super happy for me, I’ve heard it from the first moment. And in the end he started to bring it all together, he knew he was going to mess it up and he messed it up.”
Bruna thanked everyone: “It’s from a lot of people. From my parents and my sister, from physios, retrainers, doctors, from my teammates, from friends who helped me push and have strength. They all have a part of guilt that I have played again.”
And he commented that “I read on Twitter that there is a great desire for me to return, people on the street told me that they are very happy that I have been discharged… but I did not expect them to chant my name like that. I’m very grateful, it’s a hobby from 10”.
Source: La Verdad
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