The first thing I did after a game was to wash my hands, and after the first shower I did my best to avoid any contact with the player’s hands, as I did not want to contaminate the players’ hands.
I went for a run on the Friday night before the game.
That was the first time I had done this, so I didn’t want to miss the game and end up sweating it out.
I did all the warm-up drills before the match and I also washed my hands before the first ball.
It was just to prepare.
After the game, I washed my face, too.
I had a few days off, so my schedule was pretty strict.
That’s why I didn´t play the second half of the match.
I didn`t have anything to do on the pitch, so there were no problems during the week.
It made sense for me to rest.
I just wanted to relax, I didn�t want to sweat out the match because I knew it would be difficult to recover.
At that point, I went to sleep and when I woke up, my head was full of sweat and tears.
It felt like I had been playing my whole life.
After a couple of days, I had to take a shower.
I took a shower, put my towel in the sink and washed my hair.
I washed myself with hot water and then went back into the locker room.
It took a few minutes, but I got rid of the excess water and the sweat.
After I washed, I took some time to put on a pair of gloves and I washed them too.
After that, I decided to play the next day, and that’s when I got into the mindset of playing again.
The next game was against Benfica.
We had just finished our season, so it was a big win for us.
We were leading 2-0, and we needed to win the match to keep the dream alive.
I decided that I had something to show them.
I started to play a bit, and I started putting on my boots.
I think it was the same day that I got my first call-up to the England squad.
That first match against BenFica was very important to me.
I wanted to show my support for the national team and for the country.
I am very happy that I was called up.
After England’s first victory, I was sent to the World Cup Qualifier in England.
I ended up playing in the first game against Brazil, but it wasn´t the best performance.
The Brazilians started to press us a little bit, so we needed a break.
I wasn´ll say that I didn\’t play well, because we got the first goal in the match, but they didn´re going to win a game just because I got a penalty.
The second game was very tough.
I couldn´t stop the Brazilians pressing, so the goal I scored at the end of the first half was really important for me.
It gave me confidence to play even harder and to give my all to the team.
That´s what I did in the second game, and it was my best performance in the tournament.
I felt that I deserved to be in the team and I wanted them to be proud of me, too, so that´s why I was so excited to get into the squad.
I was very excited to play in the World Cups.
I will always remember the first day.
The first day I was on the training pitch, I remember the players cheering me on and my voice breaking out in cheers.
They were like, “Don`t you think you can get in the squad?
You have been in England for a long time and you are a real star, you are the best player in England.”
The next day I played against Brazil again and we went through the same things.
I played in the semi-final and lost.
I remember thinking that it was going to be tough against Brazil because of the way they pressed us.
I could not get through to Brazil, and the next morning, I woke and the first thing that came into my mind was, “It will be hard for me.”
But that´ll all change now.
Brazil beat the Netherlands in the quarter-finals and I have a really good feeling.
I still have a lot to work on, but for now I am happy to be back in the England team.
After Brazil, I have to play against Honduras in the Copa America Centenario.
I have been practicing with the national side and training with the first team in my first game since my injury.
I really feel ready for the competition.
It will be tough, but there is still a lot of time left.
There is still time to prepare and I am hoping that we will win the tournament and be in a position to play for the trophy.