Being a football fan is always one the best feelings in the world. The feeling that accompanies club's success or win is often incomparable. The English championship match between Fulham and Blackburn started well yesterday with several fans attending.
However, the match never ended well after Fulham's fan suffered cardiac arrest. The fan was in attendance when he faced the untimely death. This has dealt a huge blow to not only Fulham's fraternity but football fans at large.
No one wishes the same to happen for another player or a fan. Incidents of cardiac arrests in football have been lately common. The tragic medical issue has been affecting both players and fans. It happened to Denmark's midfielder, Christian Eriksen during Euro tournaments.
The player was lucky and survived and is currently on courses to return to action. Football fans have been seen sending heartfelt condolences to close family members and friends of the fallen fan. With many praying that such does not happen again, they have told Fulham's fraternity to take heart.
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