The footballer of the Argentine sub 20 team Facundo Buonanotte received his medical discharge last night after being hospitalized on Saturday in a clinic in Cali, Colombia, following a blow in the opening match of the XXX South American Championship in his category.
The English Premier League Brighton footballer has been hospitalized for a neck and neck injury which caused him to partially lose consciousness after an accident during the second half of the defeat against Paraguay.
The former Rosario Central fell sharply on his back during an aerial match and was carried away from the Pascual Guerrero stadium by ambulance in a neck brace.
“The player Facundo Buonanotte suffered a trauma to the cervical spine and skull during the match against Paraguay. The footballer is in good condition and is under observation while the relevant tests are being carried out,” the AFA reported, until the early hours of this Sunday ., in an official medical part.
The talented 18-year-old striker, who was transferred last November from Rosario Central to Brighton in England – where he will be Alexis Mac Allister’s teammate – was released on a stretcher and with an orthopedic neck and was taken by ambulance to a medical center due to a heavy fall suffered after jumping onto the court.
Although his general condition has always been good, he spent Saturday night and all of Sunday in hospital as a precaution until he was released last night to continue medical treatment at the concentration camp, the Argentine Football Federation (AFA) said.
Buonanotte will not be available in tonight’s match against Brazil for the third date of Group A of South America Sub 20, which qualifies for the World Cup in Indonesia and the Pan American Games in Chile to be played this year.
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