Barcelona coach Xavi says Ronald Araujo is okay after being taken to hospital during victory over Celta Vigo.
The Catalan giants were leading 3-1 in their LaLiga game with Celta Vigo when the club’s Uruguayan centre back suffered a clash of heads with his team-mate Gavi in the 62nd minute.
Araujo initially stayed on his feet, tracking back to defend before he suddenly dropped to the floor in a worrying incident for the player.
The game was suspended and an ambulance was then required on the Nou Camp pitch to take the 23-year-old to a nearby hospital.
Barcelona confirmed that he had suffered a concussion and was taken to hospital to carry out additional tests.
Xavi then confirmed the same after the game, saying: “We can rest easy.
“The doctors have told us he is conscious and that he will be spending the rest of the night in the hospital, although we were scared at first.
“He’s fine. He has a concussion and he will stay in overnight but he is going to be fine.”
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