Karol Świderski was transported to hospital during the break of the match against the Czech Republic. The striker felt unwell and was replaced on the pitch by Adam Buksa. Immediately after the end of the match, journalists provided new information about the player’s health.
Karol Świderski started the match against the Czech Republic as the main striker next to Robert Lewandowski. The match had a good start. He created a lot of confusion and actively tried to deform the opponents’ defensive positioning, fought for the ball and even fired two dangerous shots. Unfortunately, an unexpected situation occurred during the break and he was replaced by Adam Buksa.
New information regarding Karol Świderski’s health
Just after the end of the first half, information circulated in the media that Karol Świderski had been transported to hospital. Immediately after the half-time whistle, the Polish national team’s striker felt unwell and could not continue playing. – Is in the hospital. Only later will we know what exactly happened. We had good moments, we moved the ball smoothly between zones, only the last pass and the shot on goal were missing. It’s a pity that Świderski, who played a good match, had to leave, said Michał Probierz during the press conference.
After the match, journalists provided new information about the health of the Charlotte FC sniper. Mateusz Borek, present in the TVP Sport studio, reassured the fans, claiming that nothing bad was happening. – I have information that there are no major problems with Karol Świderski – said the co-founder of Channel Sportowy. Jakub Seweryn from sport.pl also wrote on Twitter that the Pole spent the night under the supervision of doctors. “From what I learned, ‘Świder’ will probably spend the night in the hospital for observation,” he wrote on X (former Twitter).
Let us remind you that the Poles no longer have a chance to directly advance from the group to Euro 2024. They only have to fight in the play-offs. The last match against the Czech Republic ended in a 1-1 draw and Michał Probierz made several changes. First of all, Piotr Zieliński could not play because he fell ill on the match day. The coach also did not focus on Sebastian Szymański, who appeared on the pitch only at the end of the second half.