Leeds United secured a vital point with the reversal to a 1-1 draw in injury time in the away game against Middlesbrough, but topkampen in the English Championship will unfortunately be remembered for a scary collapse at one of your players.
the 18-year-old Jack Clarke was replaced at the break, but got it as bad in the dugout, that he had to be treated by paramedics and subsequently taken to hospital lying on a stretcher with oxygen mask on.
Several English media - including The Telegraph writes that Jack Clarke collapsed, but that he was conscious, as he was driven away in the ambulance.
Leeds has issued a press release where it appears that the player got it bad in the course of the second half.
'the Player reacts and is in the hospital with the club's head of the medical department. On behalf of Leeds United, we want to thank lægestaben from both teams for their rapid response to the incident', says on the club's website.
the Match was interrupted for seven minutes in the second half, while the treatment was on.
Leeds' head coach, Marcelo Bielsa, could after the purge does not give an explanation of Jack Clarke's sudden discomfort.
- What we know is that he had it good. We don't know the reasons yet, but when he came in the locker room he got the better it sounded from Marcelo Bielsa.
Thank you to all the @boro staff for their fantastic response to Jack Clarke's illness today #FootballFamily pic.twitter.com/nUJ6UgSyAm— Leeds United (@LUFC) 9. February 2019
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