Tom Lockyer collapse video leaked on twitter, Whats happened to Bournemouth and Luton Town

The Premier League match between Bournemouth and Luton Town was abandoned after Hatters captain Tom Lockyer collapsed in the center circle, just months after a similar incident involving Lockyer during the play-off final. off of the Championship.

Around the 60th minute at the Vitality Stadium, the central defender fell to his knees and then to his front, without apparent contact with an opponent, and was immediately treated by medical staff. Luton manager Rob Edwards also ran onto the pitch to support his leader and lead the players away.

The two teams left the field and, after several minutes of treatment, the Welsh central defender was carried on a stretcher, with a black blanket covering him, and carried down the tunnel as fans chanted his name.

Reporters on the ground were told that Bournemouth’s staff doctor confirmed that Lockyer was “alert and responsive” in the tunnel after being stretchered off and that he was then taken to hospital.

“We are all hoping and praying for our leader and captain Tom Lockyer, who fortunately is responding and has been taken to hospital,” the message read. “We don’t know the full extent of what happened and what the next steps are at this stage, but we thank Bournemouth and the medical staff on both sides for their immediate response, which was absolutely incredible.

“We apologize to all supporters present that the players on both sides were not in a position to continue with the match after seeing their dear teammate and friend leave like this, and the staff were unable to continue managing the match in those circumstances after having had to deal with the situation.

“We thank everyone for the wonderful applause and singing of Locks’ name inside the stadium at such a difficult time. Now is the time for all our players, staff and supporters to come together as we always do and give our love and support to “Tom and his family. Our thoughts are with him and all of them.”

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