Sarpreet Singh, the talented New Zealand international footballer, has made a triumphant return to football after a 10-month absence. Singh’s last match was in April 2022, when he suffered an injury to his osteitis pubis, a painful condition that affects the pelvic bone. After recovering from his injury, Singh was set to return to action for Jahn Regensburg, the 2. Bundesliga side where he was on loan from FC Bayern Munich. However, an administrative error by the club meant that Singh was unable to play for the first part of the season.
Despite these setbacks, Singh made a strong comeback in January 2023, playing a total of 258 minutes across four matches. He recorded one assist, one goal, and 10 key passes, demonstrating his skill and creativity on the pitch. Singh’s form is particularly impressive given his long layoff from the game, and it bodes well for his future prospects.
Singh is attached to FC Bayern Munich, one of the biggest and most successful football clubs in the world. However, he is currently on loan to Jahn Regensburg for the second season in a row. The 24-year-old midfielder has already made a name for himself in New Zealand when playing for the Wellington Phoenix he is looking to cement his place in European football.
Singh has also represented the New Zealand national team, the All Whites, on nine occasions, scoring one goal. He missed the team’s recent friendly matches against Australia, but his strong performances in club football suggest that he may soon be back in the international fold.