Tua Tagovailoa is the star quarterback of the Alabama Crimson Tide. In this opportunity, the star makes clear that he isn’t letting a terrible hip injury discourage his life.
Sports Spectrum reports that on Nov. 16, two Mississippi State defenders tackled Tagovailoa. So he had to be airlifted to the hospital for evaluation.
Due to the incident the young star got a surgery. He suffered a dislocated hip.
Although it is still uncertain if Tagovailoa will ever play football again, he doesn´t show any fear in regards of his future.
Instead, he shows confidence in what the God can do in his life.
“Thank you all for the prayers and well wishes! God always has a plan,” the 21-year-old tweeted.
Thank you all for the prayers and well wishes! God always has a plan 🙏🏽
— Tua. T 🇦🇸 (@Tuaamann) 17 de noviembre de 2019
All who are around Tagovailoa know his beliefs are based on the Christian faith.
When he plays football, he wears a black cross on his face and in his Twitter bio says it all: “1 Corinthians 2:9 HIM 13EFORE ME”
Related to his health, Dr. Louis Levitt, vice president and secretary for The Centers for Advanced Orthopedics told CBS Sports that Tagovailoa sustained a complicated injury.
“It is a matter of letting the wound heal, pray he doesn’t get an infection; he is young and healthy, hopefully, he would not. Then, it is the rehabilitation process.”
Meanwhile, the Tagovailoa family released a statement Tuesday morning thanking everyone around the world for their continued prayers, love and support over the past few days.
That’s my QB pic.twitter.com/hQupzTeQdF
— Alabama DieHards (@AlabamaDieHards) 18 de noviembre de 2019