PSG’s Keeper Involved in a Serious Horse Riding Collision
The Paris St-Germain goalkeeper, who was on the bench when PSG won their record 11th league title with a 1-1 draw at Strasbourg on Saturday, has been involved in a serious horse riding accident. The Spanish national, Sergio Rico, is reportedly admitted to an intensive care unit after he collided with another horse and fell off while riding his own.
The incident took place while he was enjoying some time off with his family back home. Local media have reported that he suffered severe injuries due to the impact of the fall and is currently receiving treatment at a hospital in Seville.
Rico’s Impressive Career as PSG Keeper In Jeopardy Due To Injury
Sergio Ricco joined Paris Saint Germain (PSG) as its first choice goalkeeper in September 2019 from Sevilla FC. Since then, he played well for PSG making him one of their most dependable assets on field by giving excellent performance every single appearance including this season which made it possible for them to achieve their much-awaited championship victory. With this unfortunate injury hindering his professional career now we can only hope for his speedy recovery so that we get to see him shining again in the field.
Former Club Wishes Rico “Speedy Recovery”
Rico’s former club Sevilla sent their wishes for his quick recovery with a tweet that said, “Lots of strength and a speedy recovery.” The 29-year-old goalkeeper served the club as its best keeper and helped win many matches. His return to Spain from France was planned so he can spend some quality time with his family.