Shock and Scare: Third-Division Game in Spain Abandoned After Defender Dragisa Gudelj Suffers Cardiac Arrest
In a heart-stopping incident, Serbian defender Dragisa Gudelj suffered a terrifying cardiac arrest at a third-division game in Spain on Saturday. The game, between Cordoba and Racing Ferrol, was abandoned as doctors rushed to the field to perform CPR on the 25-year-old Gudelj. Fortunately, the player was resuscitated and taken to a nearby hospital, where he is currently undergoing tests in an intensive care unit. The club has since confirmed that the defender is in a stable condition.
The Frightening Moment and The Brotherly Connection
The cardiac arrest occurred early in the first half, with Cordoba and Racing Ferrol level at 1-1 at the time. Adding to the shock factor, Gudelj is also the brother of Serbia midfielder Nemanja Gudelj who plays for Sevilla. In a statement released by the club, it was revealed that Dragisa Gudelj had even expressed a desire to return to the match despite the frightening incident.
Despite the distressing situation, Gudelj’s getting the much-needed medical attention on time highlights how quick and efficient the medical team is. Our thoughts and prayers are with Gudelj and his family, and let’s hope for a speedy recovery.
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