Mainz: Awoniyi Suffered Concussion Vs Augsburg, To Spend Night In Hospital

June 14, 2020
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Bundesliga club FSV Maniz have confirmed that Nigeria forward Taiwo Awoniyi suffered a concussion in Sunday’s home clash against Augsburg, reports Completesports.com.

Awoniyi was rushed to to the hospital following a clash of heads with Felix Uduokhai in the first half of the encounter.

Read Also: Bundesliga: Awoniyi Rushed To Hospital After Clash Of Heads In Mainz’s Home Loss To Augsburg

The 23-year-old was replaced by Nigerian-born Austrian international Karim Onisiwo.

“Our striker Taiwo #Awoniyi suffered a concussion in his collision with @FCA_World’s Felix #Uduokhai and is spending the night in hospital as a precautionary measure.
Get well soon, Taiwo!,”reads a tweet on the club’s official Twitter handle.

Awoniyi has featured in 12 league games for Mainz this season and scored once.

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