It was from the hospital, in an Instagram story, that Sadio Mané gave his news on Tuesday evening.
“Alhamdoulilah everything is fine thanks to all of you for the messages,” writes the Senegal star striker, who is lying in bed next to Vozinha, the Cape Verde goalkeeper.
The two men had violently collided a few hours earlier, during the round of 16 of the CAN won by the Lions of Teranga (2-0) in Bafoussam (Cameroon).
[🎥 VIDEO - GOAL] 🏆 #CAN2021
🇸🇳🇨🇻 KO after his clash with the Cape Verdean goalkeeper, Sadio Mané still manages to score a splendid goal!!!
👏 A re-entrant transverse coiled strike! https://t.co/HubxjBt5Zg
— beIN SPORTS (@beinsports_FR) January 25, 2022
Visibly knocked out, Vozinha was expelled in stride for some obscure reason (57th), leaving his team at nine after Andrade's first red card (21st).
Also groggy, the Liverpool striker stayed on the pitch for almost a quarter of an hour, the time to open the scoring (63rd), before going out in the 70th.
His replacement, the Marseillais Bamba Dieng, sealed the fate of the match in stoppage time (90th + 2).
Senegal will meet Sunday in the quarter-finals the winner of the last round of 16 of the CAN between Mali and Equatorial Guinea, scheduled for Wednesday evening.
It remains to be seen whether Mané will be allowed to play.
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A fault ?