Getafe, fear for Soria. Taken to hospital after a collision with Larin, he is out of danger

Good news from the hospital where he was transported in the late afternoon David Soria, the Getafe goalkeeper suffered a head injury after a terrible clash with Larin in the 73rd minute of the match against Mallorca. The player lost consciousness and was treated on the pitch by the medical staff; after ten minutes he left the Coliseum in an ambulance.

He would have undergone a CT scan, from which it emerged that he did not report any problems, as also highlighted by the statement released by Getafe: “Our goalkeeper, David Soria, suffered a head injury during the match against Mallorca which caused him lose consciousness for several minutes. After the blow received, the player was immediately treated by the club’s medical team and was transferred to Getafe University Hospital, where he will remain under observation for the next 24 hours. David Soria is conscious and out danger”.

At the hospital Soria was accompanied by several members of the medical staff and his family. He will remain under observation for 24 hours