- Striker Sergio Aguero collapsed at half-time in the Argentina vs Nigeria match
- He was rushed to the hospital and later regained consciousness and underwent tests in hospital
- Kun scored his side's second goal to become his country's third highest goalscorer ever
Sergio Aguero collapsed and was rushed to the hospital during half-time in Argentina's friendly clash against Nigeria.
The Manchester City striker scored his country's second goal in the game as he became the Albiceleste's third-highest scorer in history.
However, at the break, the 29-year-old suffered an a yet to be known problem and was forced to leave the Stadion FK in Krasnodar and seek medical attention.
Goal.com via TyC Sports report that he later regained consciousness and underwent tests in hospital as Dario Benedetto replaced him on the field.
"Aguero suffered a collapse and was therefore taken to carry out routine studies merely as a precaution," Argentina explained via Twitter.
Without Aguero, Argentina fell to a 4-2 defeat, with three of Nigeria's goals coming after half time.