Monday, 15 April

Baba Rahman regains consciousness after collapsing during Greek Cup match

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Despite the turn of events, the match persisted, albeit with a temporary halt initiated by the referee to address Rahman's condition

Ghanaian footballer and PAOK left-back, Abdul Baba Rahman, has become conscious after collapsing during a tense Greek Cup match against Panathinaikos.

The incident occurred during the 115th minute of the semi-final showdown when Rahman collided with an opposing Panathinaikos player, resulting in a blow to the head for the 29-year-old athlete.

Prompt medical assistance was deployed to the scene, averting what could have been a tragic outcome.

Rahman was promptly attended to, preventing any further escalation of the situation.

Following the incident, Rahman was expeditiously transported to a nearby hospital for urgent medical attention. 

Reports emerging from Greece indicate that Rahman has regained consciousness and is presently in a stable condition, offering a sigh of relief to fans and well-wishers alike.

Despite the turn of events, the match persisted, albeit with a temporary halt initiated by the referee to address Rahman's condition. 

Eventually, the game proceeded to a nail-biting penalty shootout, with Panathinaikos ultimately emerging victorious with a 6-5 win over PAOK, thereby securing their progression in the Greek Cup.

Source: classfmonline.com/Elikem Adiku