November 29, 2020 will be a day that the environment of the family of Raul Jimenez, the Mexican footballer reached matchday 10 of the Premier League of the 2020/21 season as the undisputed starter of the Wolves, having played every minute of the tournament until then.
Unfortunately, an unfortunate incident occurred during the first 15 minutes of the match on date 10 between Wolverhampton and Arsenal. On a corner kick Raul Jimenez had a head clash with the Brazilian defender David Luiz, being the Mexican who came out with the terrible consequences when fracturing his skull and falling unconscious on the field of play.
The incident happened, the attacker had to leave the meeting and fortunately there was no irreversible damage that prevented him from playing football again, but he had to have a long recovery and rehabilitation to return to the fields.
The azulcrema youth squad had little more than 9 months without being able to play official matches, he missed the rest of the 2020/21 season, in addition, in international summer competitions such as the Gold Cup and the Olympic Games he could not be considered with the Mexican team, due to which returned to activity until the 2021/22 preseason.
For the start of the 2021/22 season, it could be said that everything returned to normal, starting activity from the preseason with the club and gradually picking up pace, until the campaign began and since then, in the first 13 days of the championship English has been a participant in all the games, playing 12 of them full title and, in addition, scoring three goals and giving two assists.
While, with the Mexican team, he returned to activity in the Concacaf qualifier heading to Qatar 2022 and has played the last five official Tricolor matches and was able to score on one occasion.
Thus, the Aztec striker has returned to his customary competitive pace and hopes to return to his best version, meanwhile, it is a great satisfaction that he can continue to write history in his football career.
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