A standout amongst Germany’s most conspicuous appearances at the Women’s World Cup will be Dzsenifer Marozsan. The forward addresses DW about conquering a wellbeing alarm that undermined her profession, and boring greater duty.
In the event that 18-year-old World Cup debutant Klara Bühl is simply the “chick,” as she depicts, at that point Dzsenifer Marozsan is the mother hen. After the pair seemed together at a pre-competition public interview, Bühl recovered a consoling pat on Marozsan. Here and there the media can feel more alarming than the match itself.
As Germany’s Women’s World Cup opener against China moves nearer, Marozsan, in spite of still simply being 27 years old, has accepted the job of senior stateswoman, radiating a quality of calm quiet and specialist in a group that is blooding a few new faces at this competition. She has unmistakably grasped the duty.
Despite the fact that Marozsan has been there and done all that, she can at present acknowledge what the more youthful players are experiencing. She recalls how she felt when she made her universal presentation in 2010, additionally matured 18, taking to the pitch against Australia nearby two legends of the German game in the state of Birgit Prinz and Inka Grings.
Conceived in Hungary yet naturalized as German, Marozsan has encountered a remarkable adventure since she pulled on the storied Germany pullover out of the blue. Three years before helping her nation to Olympic gold in Rio, she was a piece of the group that won the 2013 Women’s Euros in Sweden.
Be that as it may, the vocation of seemingly the best playmaker in the ladies’ down went to a shivering end in 2018. Marozsan endured an aspiratory embolism, which is brought about by a blocked vein in the lungs. She missed three months of the period, and at one phase it wasn’t clear whether she could ever have the option to play football again.