The game, which had been suspended due to the cardiac arrest, is expected to be fully reopened.
British media Daily Mail reported on the 17th (Korea time) that the game was suspended at 20 minutes of the second half after Tom Lockyer collapsed during the match between Bournemouth and Luton Town. The game will resume completely.
Luton Town faced Bournemouth in the 17th round of the 2023/24 season of the English Premier League (PL) at Vitality Stadium in Bournemouth, England, on the 17th (Korea time).
Within three minutes of the first half, Luton Town Illiser Adebayo scored the first goal to take the lead. Bournemouth also fought back. Dominic Solanke’s equalizer in the 18th minute of the second half brought the game back to square one.
An unfortunate accident occurred amid a tight flow. On this day, defender Tom Lockyer, who started as captain of Two-Turn Town, collapsed without any collision or injury. Recognizing the unusual situation, the referee quickly called the medical staff.랭크카지노
Lockyer was put on an oxygen respirator and kicked out of the stadium on a stretcher. Fans cheered him up with applause. It took about 30 minutes for him to get first aid and a meeting. Eventually, the race officials declared a halt to the game.
Luckily, Lockyer has regained consciousness, Luton Town said. “Our captain suffered a heart attack, but he was responsive since he was put on a stretcher. He received additional treatment inside the stadium. I’m grateful to both teams’ medical teams.”
He added, “Rockier was taken to the hospital. He is currently undergoing additional checkups with his family. I would like to thank everyone who sent me messages of support, interest, and love for Lockyer.”
The matches will likely be resumed after the suspension. Under PL’s L15 rule, matches that have been suspended due to the umpire’s consent will be resumed. No date and kick-off time have been set yet.
Meanwhile, attention is focusing on Lockyer’s condition. He already had heart problems seven months ago. Lockyer lost consciousness due to arrhythmia in the England Championship playoffs at the time. He collapsed within eight minutes of the first half and was taken to a hospital.
The club said, “We are concerned about Lockyer’s condition, and we understand that the media is interested,” adding, “He is still being tested and waiting for the results. We cannot provide commentary on Lockyer’s situation, and all media should wait for the results to be released through the club’s official channel.”
Luton Town added, “We all want to do our best for Lockyer and his family. I respectfully request that his privacy be respected during this difficult time.”