Another Pro Soccer Player Collapses with ‘Chest Pains’ Mid-Game

A French professional soccer player has become the third in a week to collapse on the field mid-game with “chest pains.”

Martin Terrier of Ligue 1 club Rennes had to leave the game after just 30 minutes Tuesday night after suddenly collapsing on the field of play.

Terrier was seen clutching his chest, unable to carry on playing after only half an hour of the match against Nice.

The athlete was reportedly complaining that he was unable to breathe properly.

Just a week ago, Terrier scored three goals in one match and looked unstoppable.

Then Tuesday night this happened:

As Slay News previously reported, Manchester United player Victor Lindelof was also forced to leave the pitch over the weekend after suddenly suffering “chest pains” and breathing difficulties:

And in Italy, Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski, 27, was forced to leave mid-game to receive medical treatment as he struggled to breathe and clutched his chest:

As Slay News has previously reported, dozens of healthy athletes have been collapsing recently with inexplicable and sudden heart conditions.

However, the facts surrounding these disturbing incidents, which includes nearly six dozen fallen athletes in the last month alone, are thin.

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What could possibly be behind this sudden spike in heart disease among young, healthy athletes?

Some researchers are claiming that “cold weather” may be a cause of blood clots and heart attacks among younger adults.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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