Starting scenes saw his partners in shock and tears after Mako was left oblivious following an incidental thump by Ofori's knee.
Be that as it may, the player could later be balanced out and shipped to clinic, with the Buccaneers it is in a "steady condition to affirm he".
"Following the crisis injury including safeguard Paseka Mako in the DStv Premiership conflict against Baroka FC the previous evening, Orlando Pirates Football Club can affirm that the 28 year old is in a steady condition," the club said in an explanation on Wednesday morning.
"The specialist has uncovered that CT examine results have given no indications of skull break or any cerebrum drain nonetheless, the player has supported crack to the face and nose.
"He will stay in High Care and will be surveyed by the neurosurgeon again toward the beginning of today."
Numerous in the South African football organization were left stunned while watching the scenes at the Peter Mokoba Stadium, with the pitch-side clinical group requiring over three minutes prior to taking care of Mako - while Pirates and Baroka clinical staff quickly hurried onto the pitch to help him.
Mako has since gotten many messages of help and kindly words for his recuperation, including from Mosimane.
"Much obliged God, he made it. We wish him a quick recuperation," Mosimane composed via online entertainment.
Source link: https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/international/african-football/pitso-sends-a-message-to-mako/
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