Spain's Alvaro Morata suffers injury scare after security guard slides into him during celebrations


It is said that a fan attempted to take a selfie with some of the players, and the security guard was trying to step in when he accidentally fell.

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Wednesday, July 10th, 2024 at 12:26 AM in the United Kingdom

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After Spain's captain Alvaro Morata finished playing in the semi-final match against France, a security guard accidentally slipped and bumped into him, causing Morata to start limping and clutching his knee.

Morata, who was taken out of the game after 76 minutes, was visibly suffering after the incident occurred as the Spanish players were celebrating in front of their supporters.

There are rumors that a fan attempted to take a selfie with the players, but when a security guard tried to stop him, he accidentally fell.

The head coach of the national team, Luis de la Fuente, mentioned that they will need to wait until tomorrow to assess Alvaro's situation.

"We don't think it's a big deal. It's painful, but we don't believe it's serious."

Spain will play against either England or the Netherlands in the Euro 2024 final on Sunday, following their 2-1 victory over France.

Their win made them the first team to achieve six straight victories at the Euros without having to rely on penalty shootouts.

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