Wycombe Wanderers striker Tjay De Barr was taken to hospital for tests after collapsing at the end of Thursday. 1-0 defeat in Ligue 1 against Plymouth Argyle.
The 22-year-old Gibraltar international was treated at the Home Park pitch. The club then tweeted that he was “in good condition” when he was taken to hospital.
The club thanked “the medical staff for their quick and expert help”.
He came on in the 71st minute of the game.
In a series of tweets, the club confirmed ‘there had been a full time medical incident’ and praised ‘the staff for their swift action’.
“Tjay De Barr was treated at the scene by medics and is in good condition but will go to hospital for further tests,” the club added.
Plymouth boss Steven Schumacher told BBC Radio Devon he understood De Barr complained to the referee about not feeling well towards the end of the game after taking a blow to the ribs and had a hard time catching his breath.
“You never want to see that on a football pitch,” he said. “When something like that happens it puts the result in perspective and it was a bit dark coming off the pitch. As long as the kid is okay, that’s the main thing.”