LIGUE 1 – Strasbourg’s Dimitri Liénard was evacuated on a stretcher this Sunday, September 12 when his team met in Lyon in Ligue 1, after collapsing on the lawn, but his partners were then reassuring in his regard .

“He recovered, he recovered,” his trainer Julien Stéphan told Amazon Prime Video. “He saw stars and he fell to the ground. He was taken care of by the medical staff, it seems to be fine, more from fear than harm. ”

While his team were down 3-0 on the ground of Groupama Stadium (final score: 3-1), the Strasbourg captain, who entered during the match, collapsed to the ground.

We then heard the Alsatian staff claim the stretcher and the player was quickly evacuated, without knowing his state of health.

#OL 3-0 #RCSALienard collapsed alone on the last action. the stretcher is required (90 2nd mn) # OLRCSpic.twitter.com / ytBnJll68h

“I just ran into him, it’s getting better. It’s reassuring, there’s nothing serious, ”midfielder Sanjin Prcic told Amazon Prime Video shortly after the game, explaining that his partner had stood up and was able to walk.

This fear sowed concern among football fans, three months after the chilling images of cardiac arrest in the middle of the Euro match of Danish Christian Eriksen, whose life was saved by medical staff thanks to a massage heart disease on the lawn.

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