Kenan Bajric lay quite quiet, while the people gathered around him.
Slovan Bratislava-the player was unconscious after being kicked in the head in advance of the opponent Raúl Jiménez from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Europa League match on Thursday night, was 77 minutes old, but it should soon join for the unfortunate Bajric.
Europa League match at Molineux was marred by Kenan Bajric accident. Photo: Eddie Keogh/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
TV pictures showed quite clearly that Jiménez despised opponent and the risk, as he is in the penalty area and performed an acrobatic bicycle kick. But instead of hitting the ball, pounded the he foot right in the sylten on poor Bajric, that neither could make on or off.
the Fight was postponed in 11 minutes, while Bajric got treatment on the pitch before he was carried out.
- He is conscious, but he has suffered a concussion, said Slovan coach Jan Kozák after the fight to the BBC.
- It seems to be a bad injury, quite severe. He's not coming home with us tonight, he is lying to the observation, it came from the coach.
the Episode cost meixcanske Jiménez a yellow card. In injury time, he scored the sejrsmålet to 1-0.
Matchvinderen acknowledged that it was not very cool to have kicked his opponent down.
- It is difficult for all of us. I don't know what to say. I hope he comes out, he said.
Jiménez framework Bajric right in the mask, when he will try. Photo: Andrew Couldridge/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
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Bajric will be immediately attended to by team-mates as well as Slovans doctor. Photo: Eddie Keogh/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
Raúl Jiménez will end up as the match winner for Wolves with si winner in injury time. Photo: Eddie Keogh/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
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