Wolves hosted Liverpool on Monday night for a Premier League clash and with the game looking done and dusted for the reds, a horrific scene would occur in the last minutes leaving every fans watching the game so sad.
Keeper Patricio had rushed out to claim a ball as Mohamed Salah was through on goal but in the process collided with defender Conor Coady who hit him in the head leaving the keeper left lying flat on the ground.
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The keeper immediately looked to have lost his consciousness leaving his teammates to hurriedly call for the medical team who rushed in to give him quick first aid.
He would then be treated for over 10 minutes on the pitch before being stretched out to the hospital for further medical care.
Speaking after the match, Nuno Ispirito Santo revealed that Patricio is responding well and at least remembers what happens meaning his memory has not been affected.
Taking to social media, fans shared their well wish messages to the keeper praying that he gets better soon;
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