Running Fast Suffered Gareth Bale …
Running fast became a mainstay Gareth Bale to fool the opponent, but not infrequently even deliver the Real Madrid star to the treatment room. Finally, Bale suffered a calf muscle injury that missed the game between Wales with Georgia and Ireland in the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers.
Muscle injury is not the first case for Bale. According to Transfermarkt recordings, he has suffered 12 injuries, eight of whom have struck muscles since joining Real Madrid in 2013.
The intensity of this muscle injury is suspected as a result of the Bale style that often rely on speed. Yes, dilansir from a Mexican research in February 2017, Bale is the fastest footballer in the world.
With a record of 36.9 kilometers per hour, he surpassed Orlando Berrio (Colombia) and Juergen Damm (Mexico). With the ability of a fairly capable ball, Bale was often slow down when run into space is quite narrow.
Such a scenario turned out to increase the risk of Bale suffering from muscle injury. This is recognized by a doctor from the United States, Matt Greig, in a book titled “Soccer-Specific Fatigue and Eccentric Hamstrings Muscle Strength”.
Muscles are called very miserable when an athlete slows down abruptly. Things like that can also trigger a muscle injury that had previously suffered an athlete’s relapse.
That’s what Gareth Bale experienced. So, whether it’s time Bale turn off the features of a thousand steps in order to maintain the continuity of his career?