Lewis Ferguson: “It will be difficult to watch the European Championship from home. I feel much better now”

Lewis Fergusonmidfielder for Bologna and the Scottish national team, spoke to Sky Sports a few hours after his teammates’ debut at the European Championship, with the rossoblù number 19 having to watch the competition from home after the knee injury that stopped him before the end of the season: “I feel good, much better. starting the recovery process and starting to work on the bike. I can’t wait to really start again on the pitch.”

How painful is it to watch the European Championship from home?
“It was difficult at the beginning, then in the last few weeks I tried not to think about it too much because I was focused on rehabilitation. But in the last few days, seeing the Scottish fans in Monaco, the thought came back.”

Many say he will come back stronger than before.
“I know, I will do everything I can to ensure that I can be on the field at the next international tournament.”

Who could be the best Scot at the European Championship?
“Scott McTominay certainly, for what he has done so far, then John McGinn and Andy Robertson, the captain of our team. The latter is one of the players with the most experience also on the international field given his career with Liverpool. I think they will be These three are the players everyone will be watching.”

Is the goal to return for the first Champions League match?
“Yes, I hope I can do it. Thanks.”