- Mason Mount revealed on Monday that he had been diagnosed with Kovid-19. have been vaccinated against
- The Chelsea star has missed two England matches at Euro 2020 after he was deemed a close contact of Scotland’s Billy Gilmour, who tested positive for coronavirus.
- The 22-year-old hopes his two jabs will prevent similar problems in the future
- It was revealed that 94 percent of Bundesliga players were double-jabbed.
Mason Mount revealed on Monday he has been double-pocketed – explaining that he had made up his mind during Euro 2020 after being caught by Covid rules.
The midfielder was forced into self-isolation with Chelsea and England teammate Ben Chilwell after Scotland’s Billy Gilmour is believed to be a close contact, who tested positive for the virus after a 0-0 draw at Wembley Was.
Mount later missed crucial games against the Czech Republic and Germany, and the experience is not something he wants to replicate. The 22-year-old hopes his two jabs will prevent similar problems in the future.
Mason Mount revealed on Monday that he has been double-pocketed against coronavirus
The midfielder was forced into isolation over the summer after being deemed a close contact
‘I am now double-vaccinated,’ said Mount, who will line up for England in Tuesday night’s World Cup qualifier against Hungary at Wembley. ‘Going through that experience, missing the Games – and a top, top game – had an impact on my decision.’
On Monday it was revealed that 94 percent of Bundesliga players are double-jabbed and Mount said: ‘I think for the players, it depends on how they feel about it. I don’t think you can force someone to get it. But, for me, going through that experience, it inspired me to have it – and get over it very quickly.’
Mount was one of 30 nominees for the Ballon d’Or last week. It recognizes his growing influence and everything he has achieved over the past year, including appearances in Euro and Champions League finals.
Earlier this season there were questions about whether Mount was playing throughout the game or whether there was any impact from a scorching heat, which ended in heartbreak for Gareth Southgate’s squad when they reached the Euro 2020 final in Italy. lost to.
Mount was one of 30 nominees for the Ballon d’Or amid his growing influence.
In recent weeks, Tej is back and he insists he hasn’t had a hangover from the tournament.
‘After an experience like this and how far we’ve gone, it takes some time to finish and reflect,’ Mount said. “But as the next season starts, he’s behind you.”
‘Maybe physically still takes a toll, even if you’ve taken a break.
‘So it’s natural and after playing several games in a normal season, then going to Euros and playing games, and then going straight to pre-season after a short break, it can take a toll. Maybe I’ve felt a little off this season.
Sharpness is back and he says he hasn’t had a hangover since the summer
‘I lost a week at Chelsea with a slight injury but to come back and be in the England team, that short break makes you feel more energetic and gives you a little boost. I don’t want to miss any game but sometimes it helps to take a step back and recover myself.
The nomination for the Ballon d’Or has put a spring in Mount’s move and Smile discusses how happy she is to be recognized.
‘Growing up, you look at the Ballon d’Or and how it’s over the top from a personal point of view,’ he said. ‘To be in the top 30 in the world right now is a dream come true and it is special to be among the names I have seen as a kid. It shows that you can never stop working hard.’