Most recently, Rafael Borré drew attention to himself with a brace against BVB. Now the new striker from Eintracht Frankfurt has revealed the tricks with which he has coped with the hardships of the last few months.
Rafael Borré moved from River Plate to Eintracht Frankfurt in the summer. With six goals and four assists, the Colombian is on track so far. Most recently, he scored twice for his new colors in the 3-2 defeat against Borussia Dortmund. In order to add more goals in the second half of the season, the Colombian international decided not to go on a long-distance trip home during the short Christmas break.
Because Borré has had his experience with flying many kilometers. As “Sport Bild” calculates, the attacker covered more than 77,000 kilometers in the plane on the three international trips between September and November alone.
“Believe me, that was the biggest challenge of the first half of the season. Coping with this travel strain was the most difficult thing for me,” Borré told the magazine. However, the Frankfurt striker has also considered ways and means to alleviate the strain.
Borré: So I’m fresh for the Eintracht Frankfurt games
According to the report, he relies on the so-called “GameReady” therapy. Means: When traveling, the 26-year-old straps cold cuffs around his muscles in order to regenerate quickly. Hot and cold baths are also popular as often as possible. “This is how I reduce jetlag,” revealed the 14-time Colombian international (one goal).
“The regeneration time at home helps me to be able to tackle the next game straight away and to be fresh there,” continued Borré, who signed with Eintracht until 2025 and turned out to be a stroke of luck.
In addition to the aforementioned ten scorer points in the Bundesliga, Borré also made a name for himself as the tireless runner of his team. 1290 intensive runs and 509 sprints are top values for the Frankfurters.