Senegal coach Aliou Cissé spent a night under observation at the Yamoussoukro hospital then returned to his group on Saturday, we learned from the president of the Federation Augustin Senghor, assuring that there was “nothing very serious”. The technician "is doing well, he returned to the team hotel, but the information is out", announced by Canal Plus, the manager explained to AFP.
“He had a small stomach infection the day before yesterday (Thursday) evening which tired him a little, he played the match normally,” explained the president of the FSF, referring to the victory against Cameroon (3-1) at the African Cup of Nations on Friday in Yamoussoukro. “He was a little weakened, the doctors preferred to put him in hospital on a drip. But nothing too serious, I would not be in Bouaké if my coach had suffered a heart attack,” concluded the vice-president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), who attended the Algeria-Burkina Faso and Mauritania-Angola matches. in Bouake.