Sergio Rico’s horse riding accident. The PSG goalkeeper suffered serious injuries while riding a horse.
Rico collided with a runaway stallion while riding a stallion in Huelva, a province of Spain’s El Rocio region.
In a horse riding accident, a 29-year-old footballer suffered a head injury and was airlifted to a hospital near Seville.
We will tell you more about Sergio Rico’s accident and his current condition in this short article.
PSG Goalkeeper Sergio Rico is hospitalized after a horse riding accident
The PSG goalkeeper suffered a serious head injury in a horse riding accident on Sunday. He returned to Spain during the team’s break. Sergio Rico is now in an intensive care unit.
According to local media, the young soccer player was riding a horse in the Huelva Province of Spain’s El Rocio Region when he collided with a running horse.
Paris Saint-Germain, Rico’s club, also confirmed the news through a tweet. They tweeted that their player was involved in the accident on Sunday.
“The Red and Blue Community offers full support to Sergio Rico’s family and friends,” the club stated.
Family of Sergio Rico: He is in good hands
Sergio’s family said in a statement on Sunday that he is in good health and is fighting for his life.
A PSG spokesperson later said that the footballer is in a serious condition, adding that we should proceed with caution for the next 48 hours while he receives the best possible care.
We will let you know if Sergio is improving after receiving his medical report, which is expected to be positive.” The family appreciated everyone’s love and concern, as well as the letters of encouragement and questions.
Rico’s teammate, Kylian Mbappe, also prayed for Rico’s recovery.
Several clubs and players sent messages of support to the Spanish athlete. Sevilla tweeted: “Lots of strength and a quick recovery.”
An exploration of Sergio Rico’s career
Spanish footballer Sergio Rico was born on September 1, 1993 in Seville, Spain. Sergio Rico will join Paris Saint-Germain’s permanent roster in 2020.
Rico spent 2018/19 on loan with Premier League club Fulham. He will join the French champions by 2020.
Sergio began his professional career with Sevilla where he won the Europa League twice and played 170 matches. He has played 29 times for PSG since transferring from Sevilla in September 2019.
In 2019, he signed a loan contract with Paris Saint-Germain. In 2020, he will join the club permanently.
In May 2016, Rico was selected to play for the Spanish national team ahead of a friendly against Costa Rica and UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier.
After not appearing in either match, he was named the third choice keeper behind David de Gea and Iker Casillas.
In a 6-1 friendly victory over South Korea on 1 June, Rico made his debut for the Spanish National Team, replacing David de Gea.