Local media reported that the player suddenly fainted in the 23rd minute of the match, and then a military doctor gave him an emergency cardiac resuscitation, but died on the way to the hospital.
However, the accident was probably not a natural disaster but a man-made one. Videos taken by fans showed that Tsinga had not received proper first aid. According to local reports, two ambulances at the scene were not even equipped with defibrillators and oxygen masks necessary for first aid.
This is Gabons seventh player death tragedy in 12 years.
Source of this article: Netease Sports Responsible Editor: Feng Haotian_NSJS2656