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“I’m recovering well” – Baba Rahman breaks silence after collapse-scare


Ghanaian defender Abdul Baba Rahman has given a report on his condition, expressing that he is "recuperating great" following an episode during a Greek Cup semi-final match on Wednesday night.

Rahman, who plays as a left-back, blacked out subsequent to slamming into a rival during the game among Panathinaikos and PAOK. The impact happened during an elevated duel in the 115th moment of the match, which had gone into additional time after a 2-2 tie in guideline time. Rahman got prompt clinical consideration on the pitch and ultimately recaptured cognizance. Be that as it may, as a prudent step, he was taken to the clinic for additional assessment and care.



























Ending his quiet by means of a post via social media, that's what rahman noticed "scans have shown no significant harm" and said thanks to "everybody for their anxiety and kindly words in the last 12 or so hours."


"I might want to likewise say a major thank you to Georgios Vagiannidis for specifically monitoring me at the clinic. It was an extreme evening however I'd be back running all over again soon," he added.


The match was momentarily postponed because of the episode, yet in the end continued and went to a punishment shootout, which Panathinaikos won 6-5, getting their spot in the Greek Cup last.



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