Ghana's Pantsil collapses

The Ghana defender is sent to hospital for tests.

    Youla Souleymane of Guinea, left, and John Pantsil of Ghana compete [GALLO/GETTY]

    "He felt weird at halftime, he could not remember anything from the first 45 minutes.

    "Now he's fine, he's just been sent to the hospital for a couple of checks."

    Ghana play their next game against Namibia on January 24.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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