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“Don’t Leave Me Alone”- PSG Star’s Wife Posts Worrying Message After Accident
- PSG goalkeeper, Sergio Rico’s wife posted a worrying message on social media after the player’s accident
- Sergio is receiving medical care in Seville after he was involved in a horse-riding accident in Spain
- The Spanish goalkeeper helped PSG win the Ligue 1 title on Saturday before the accident
Alba Silva, wife of Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper, Sergio Rico has posted a worrying message on social media days after her husband was admitted to intensive care following a horse-riding accident.
Sergio was part of PSG’s team that clinched a second-consecutive Ligue 1 title on Saturday, May 21, but had a life-threatening accident a day later on his day off in Spain.
“Don’t leave me alone, my love, because I swear I cannot. I don’t know how to live without you. We love you a lot.”
Sergio left Sevilla for Fulham in England before being signed by PSG, who loaned him out to Real Mallorca last season before bringing him back this season.
Sergio suffered brain injury
Meanwhile, Marca reports that Rico suffered a traumatic brain injury after falling off his horse in a riding accident in Huelva, Spain.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper, currently admitted to a hospital in Seville, had to be intubated after the trauma he suffered, which has left him in serious medical condition.
Sergio suffered a kick from the animal in the neck area after falling off his horse, and had to be evacuated by helicopter by medical services to the hospital where he is currently receiving treatment.
PSG win 11th French title
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Paris Saint-Germain clinched a French record 11th league title on Saturday as Lionel Messi scored in a 1-1 draw away at Strasbourg.
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Messi's opener was cancelled out by a Kevin Gameiro equaliser, but the result gave PSG an unassailable four-point lead over second-placed Lens, with one match of the season remaining.
PSG moved ahead of the previous record of 10 titles set by Saint-Etienne in 1981, which they equalled a year ago under former coach Mauricio Pochettino.