Carlos Caszelylegendary Chilean striker Colo-Colosuffered a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) on Saturday that forced him to be admitted to a clinic in the commune of Las Condes, one of the richest in Chile, his family announced on Monday.
The stroke happened at lunchtime, when she was with one of her children and after attending the women’s team practice as a spectator. Colo-Coloat the Monumental stadium.
He began to “talk and panic”, so he was taken to the medical facility, where he was diagnosed with a stroke and quickly started medication, which made his evolution favorable, although he remains under of supervision by medical professionals.
“Thanks to the timely reaction of the patient and his family and the help of the medical staff, Mr. Caszely is currently stable, asymptomatic and progressing satisfactorily. In addition, clinical studies have made it possible to eliminate a cerebral infarction, that’s why his discharge is being evaluated. in the next few hours,” explained the clinic.
“In the meantime, he will remain under observation in the Neurological Intermediate Care Unit,” he added in a statement made public this Monday.
His son expressed himself along the same lines this morning, explaining to the local station Cooperative Radiothat “they have done the tests on him and he is getting better. He was supposed to leave yesterday, but something happened that he couldn’t do, now they are doing other tests, but I think he has a good diagnosis and I think may be discharged now.”
Born in Santiago de Chile in July 1950, the ‘Chinese’ Caszely He is considered one of the best Chilean soccer players in history and one of the game’s greatest idols and references. Colo-Coloa club where he played 15 seasons and where he won five national championships, three Chilean Cups and runner-up in the Copa Libertadores.
Spanish teams have also benefited from his goals. I raised and RCD Espanyoland the Ecuadorian club Barcelona Sporting Clubwhere he retired in 1987.
Although he is the sixth historical scorer for the Chilean team, in which he participated in the 1974 and 1982 World Cups, where he had the best effect.
In 49 games, he scored 29 goals (seven in official matches and 22 in friendlies) with an average of 0.59 goals per game, ahead of other legends such as Alexis Sanchez -all time leading scorer-, Marcelo Salas either Ivan Zamorano.
Source: La Verdad
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