Rasmus Hojlund’s condition is updated by the Danish manager for Manchester United.

Hojlund had been injured before making his Man United debut on Sunday, and his manager for the national team has provided an update on how he’s feeling after playing in the season’s first competitive game.

Rasmus Hojlund “looks like himself” again, according to Denmark head coach Kasper Hjulmand, and he is in good form as he gets ready to play San Marino and Finland in this week’s Euro 2024 qualifiers.

The forward, who missed the first three games while recovering from a back ailment, made his Manchester United debut against Arsenal on Sunday. With six goals, Hojlund presently leads the Euro 2024 qualifying scoring charts. He has declared he is now prepared to go “full throttle” moving forward.

Following a protracted period of stoppage time at the end of the game, during which the Gunners scored twice, Hojlund played for more than 30 minutes in the 3-1 loss to Arsenal. At the 67-minute mark, the attacker took Anthony Martial’s position and made a

In March, he scored a hat-trick against Finnish rivals and relative unknowns San Marino, so he will be aiming to regain his best form there. According to national team manager Hjulmand, his striker’s fitness is not an issue.

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“I was over there [at Manchester United] a week ago, where I watched two training sessions, and I saw the Rasmus I know,” he stated in a statement to Bold.dk. He has never experienced emotion. As a result, they have been quite circumspect and careful with him.

He does, however, appear to be himself, and I thought his jump-in was credible. He made an impact on the game early by slamming into a center back.

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