Sergio Agüero was taken to a medical clinic for a cardio assessment in the wake of being subbed in the 41st moment of Barcelona’s 1-1 attract at home to Alavés on Saturday, their first match since the firing of mentor Ronald Koeman
The striker appeared to be experiencing breathing issues however figured out how to stroll off the pitch, with the club later affirming Agüero had gone to a medical clinic to have his heart checked.
Guardian mentor Sergi Barjuán said: “He let me know he was somewhat dazed. I have discovered since they have taken him to the medical clinic to perceive what he truly has. I don’t have the foggiest idea about anymore.”
After a cagey first half, Dutch forward Memphis Depay put Barcelona ahead four minutes after the stretch with a fine strike from outside the punishment region.
The lead kept going just three minutes, in any case, as Alavés winger Luis Rioja invoked a great equalizer, playing a perfect one-two with Joselu prior to adjusting Barça attendant Marc-Andre ter Stegen to score.
After routs by Real Madrid and Rayo Vallecano which prompted the Koeman firing, just 37,000 fans turned up at the Camp Nou to see the principal game under guardian mentor Sergi, the club’s most noticeably awful participation for quite some time.
Eric García had Barca’s best an open door in the primary half with a header and Agüero’s significant distance shot flew wide yet the most obvious opportunity tumbled to Alavés’ Edgar Mendes.
Barcelona came out with more forceful aim after the span and Depay delivered a shocking strike to enlist his fifth objective of the period.
Rioja reacted rapidly, nonetheless, running onto Joselu’s backheel to adjust Ter Stegen and spot the ball into an unfilled net.
Barcelona’s 17-year-old midfielder Gavi spilled past four Alavés safeguards and set up Memphis whose work hit the post and Nico likewise made an opportunity for the Dutchman which was saved by manager Antonio Sivera.