On Friday, two German footballers suddenly and unexpectedly collapsed on the pitch during the same match.
Reports indicate the shocking moment occurred after the final whistle in a contest between FC Carl Zeiss Jena and Berliner AK.
The two German footballers add to an unprecedented list of athletes to suddenly collapse on the playing surface in 2021.
BREAKING – TWO German soccer players 'Suddenly & Unexpectedly' collapse during the SAME match. https://t.co/JfiiIDpfSq— Dr. James E. Olsson (@DrJamesOlsson) December 5, 2021
Last Friday 2 players collapsed in the one game. TWO German soccer players 'Suddenly & Unexpectantly' collapse during the same match. pic.twitter.com/eH9pTqTafs— hugotalks (@hugotalks1) December 5, 2021
After the home win of FC Carl Zeiss Jena on Friday evening, two players collapsed.
The article’s cover photo shows rescue workers taking care of Kwabenaboye Schulz.
While the article stated the players recently had COVID-19, it fails to mention their inoculation status.
Another extremely rare football heart related event.— Refusenik Muddle 🌸 (@Muddle85071766) December 5, 2021
In October alone, at least 69 athletes collapsed and many of those players died due to their injuries.
And a brief look at the Wikipedia list of footballers who have died while playing shows a shocking number of players in 2021.
Instead of investigating the source, experts and mainstream media write off the sudden collapses as misinformation.
Covid infection is more likely than the vaccine to cause heart problems in footballers, leading scientists say https://t.co/pTiPH6aAaC— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) November 26, 2021
A news article says 75 prominent athletes suddenly died of heart attacks after COVID-19 vaccination, which is false.https://t.co/bdUWWRWERX— PolitiFact (@PolitiFact) November 27, 2021
World soccer governing body FIFA says it is not aware of a rise in cardiac arrests in players and has received no reports of cases linked to COVID-19 vaccines. This follows viral posts that have linked vaccinations to athletes collapsing with heart issues https://t.co/olv0sj79Qr pic.twitter.com/wsXe1A3NzA— Reuters Fact Check (@ReutersFacts) November 29, 2021
How long will the trend of ‘sudden and unexpected collapses’ continue before authorities investigate?