Exequiel Zeballos had a successful operation and is now at home. From there, he shared a message for all those who supported him during this difficult time: He said, “I want to thank everyone for the support and strength they have given me. I have already started my recovery to get back on the court as soon as possible. Many thanks to the doctors of @bocajrsoficial, my colleagues and all the staff. I hug you all and thank you again! God bless you all!”.
According to the official medical report, Zeballos suffered a distal tibiofibular syndesmosis with injury to the deltoid ligament and bulging of the posterior malleolus of the right ankle., Thus, he should rest for the next week and then come 21 days without support, another three weeks with partial support, using crutches, and only then will he begin rehabilitation.
Thus the ankle of Zebalos was abandoned.
Estimated recovery time is between four and six monthsSo Changuito will not play again until 2023. The photos, of course, speak for themselves…
In addition to the expected words of the Boca footballer, What caught the attention of the post was the Santiago del Estero-born Maradonian thermos that could be seen. Full of Diego stickers, where you could see one of the ten with the Zenise shirt.
Maradonian Thermos of Changuito Zebalos.
Message from Maradona’s account for Changuito Zeballos
Diego Maradona was always characterized by his support in good times, but especially in bad times. When he played for the Argentina national team in any sport he put his body and was close to football players, especially after a serious injury such as that of Changuito Zeballos. And with his Instagram account, managed by his heirs since Diaz’s death, they wanted to continue that tradition.
“He would have already called you… our full support @exezeballos02”He wrote in a story from the social network above, along with a photo of Zeballos with the surname Maradona on his back, a shirt worn by all players to honor DAM after his passing to immortality.
Diego’s account message to Zeballos.