The Argentine coach Alexander Sabella, runner-up with the Albiceleste in Brazil 2014, had to extend his hospitalization at the Cardiovascular Institute of Belgrano after suffering spikes in fever, according to the journalist Frederick Good in ESPN F90.
Pachorra entered the clinic last Thursday to undergo exhaustive checkups, and his doctor decided that he should remain hospitalized as a precaution, given his status as a “heart patient,” the family explained.
“Problems arose, with some peaks of fever. His personal doctor ordered him to stay at the Belgrano clinic,” he reported. Frederick Good this Monday, and added: “He is very controlled, this Monday he was going to have a medical discharge but he will have to remain hospitalized for a few more days.”
In addition, the journalist Marcelo Benedetto confirmed that “it is a bacterium that caused him to continue to be hospitalized.”
As a result of this situation, Sabella received all kinds of messages of support:
– Argentina National Team 🇦🇷 (@Argentina) November 30, 2020
– Students from La Plata (@EdelpOficial) November 30, 2020
– River Plate (@RiverPlate) November 30, 2020
Let’s go Ale 🙏💪 https://t.co/rn5ukT9Wie
– Javier Mascherano (@Mascherano) November 30, 2020
Come on Ale, don’t loosen me up !!!
We have a meal pending.
Come on Master 💪
– Javier Mascherano (@Mascherano) November 26, 2020