No worries, Benjamin Šeško will lead Slovenia’s attack in Belfast: ‘I was dizzy but the doctors say the wound is healing well’
Benjamin Šeško will be ready for the Slovenia national team match in Belfast! A day after the big win over Finland, the Slovenian star, who scored twice, admitted that he had some problems with his head injury in Stožice, but that will soon be a thing of the past. There is no doubt that Benjamin Šeško could not play against Northern Ireland – the game is on Tuesday.
“My head is much better than yesterday. I felt dizzy during the match and now the doctors say the wound is healing well. All is well. It will get better in the next few days, so there are no worries about not playing the next game,” said Benjamin Šeško in an interview for the YouTube channel of the Football Association of Slovenia (NZS) and – clearly – made every fan of the Slovenian national team happy.
Benjamin Šeško: “For Slovenia, always to the end!”
The RB Leipzig player admitted that it was not easy to stay on the pitch after the kick, but if it had been possible, he would have stayed on the pitch until the end. “I wanted to play more. If I could, I would. I want to help the team in every moment, in every part of the game, in every suffering. But I simply went to a limit beyond which I could not go. I will go all the way in every match, in every event, when it comes to Slovenia! No matter what sacrifices will be needed to achieve it,” said Benjamin Šeško,just 20 years old.
Radečan added: “There is a very big event in the pipeline for Slovenia to qualify for. Until that moment when I had to leave the pitch, I gave my best. Then I just got too dizzy and just sat on the floor. I told the bench that I couldn’t do it anymore. I am very happy with the whole team, all my teammates, the whole staff. What we do, how we come together from game to game. All I can say is, make it last! We are improving with every new game and the sky is our limit.”
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