A week after reports of Juventus and Argentina forward Paulo Dybala testing positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) broke the internet, the 26-year-old Seria A player has narrated of the awful experience he had with the dreadful global pandemic within the few days.
Dybala in a recent interview with JTV shared how he struggled with his body system following the COVID-19 test which reveals him and his fiancee, Oriana Sabatini positive.
The Argentine on Friday, March 27 said he got broken down at a spot while he was training a few days ago, adding that breathing was a struggle for him as he was overweighed with the virus symptoms.
Dybala, however, disclosed that both him and Oriana are doing better now.
He said; “I feel better now after some strong symptoms. A couple of days ago I was not well, I felt heavy and after five minutes of movement I had to stop because I was struggling to breathe.
“Now I can move and walk to start trying to train because when I tried in the past few days I started to shake too much. I gasped for air and as a result I couldn’t do anything, after five minutes I was already very tired, I felt the body heavy and my muscles hurt.”
“Now I’m fine. My fiancée Oriana (Sabatini) has also overcome the symptoms.”
In another news, former Ajax midfielder, Abdelhak Nouri has woken up from a coma after two years and nine months, Naija News report.
According to information released by his brother Abderrahim Nouri, the midfielder is currently being treated at home as he seeks to recover from brain damage.