Pogacar and his fall in Liege: “I was lucky to break my wrist”

Tadej Pogacar touched cross in Liège-Bastoña-Liège. The Slovenian cyclist from the UAE Emirates was unable to star in his long-awaited battle with Remco Evenepoel in the big event in the Ardennes after crashing at kilometer 85 in a fall that produced a scaphoid fracture. An injury for which he was operated on in a Genk hospital and where he was discharged this Monday to continue his recovery at his home.

This Monday, Pogacar himself wanted to comment on what happened after his fall in Liège, stressing that he was lucky that the broken wrist was the only thing that happened to him after the fall he suffered. “Well, sometimes these things happen. I was lucky to only break my wrist considering the crazy fall I took. I wish the best possible recovery for Mikkel Honoré, whose fall was even harder than mine.”

Despite the hardness of the fall, ‘Pogi’ wanted to thank the support received after his fall and the work of the employees of the hospital where he was operated on. “It is hard to describe how happy I am after receiving all the support and help from the fans, my family, friends, the UAE Emirates team and especially the hospital team. I am surprised and very grateful for it.”

Pogacar also took advantage of his message on social networks to congratulate Remco Evenepoel on his victory and to challenge him for his long-awaited next duel. “I hope to see you soon. Congratulations to Evenepoel on the win, our battle will have to wait until next time.”

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