Bordeaux’s Elis in induced coma after head clash

Bordeaux winger Alberth Elis is facing a challenging recovery after a harrowing head collision during a Ligue 2 match with Guingamp.

The 28-year-old was placed in an induced coma due to severe head trauma sustained in the incident, which occurred just 34 seconds into the game.

While Elis regained consciousness at the stadium before being taken to the hospital, his condition remains critical. Bordeaux, his teammates, and fans alike are rallying around him, with manager Albert Riera dedicating their 1-0 victory to Elis.

Midfielder Gaetan Weissbeck echoed the sentiment, emphasizing the sudden and fragile nature of life.

The team is offering unwavering support to Elis and his family during this difficult time, with hopes for a swift and full recovery.

The incident serves as a stark reminder of the inherent risks in the game and underscores the importance of solidarity and compassion in the face of adversity.

Bordeaux and the football community at large are united in their support for Elis, sending him strength and best wishes for his recovery.

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