Fabrice Ondoa's father suffered a health crisis during the match between Cameroon and Senegal, he is fine now and he reveals what happened!

The man of the hour; Fabrice Ondoa 's father suffered a health crisis during the last match between Cameroon and Senegal .  Fab...

The man of the hour; Fabrice Ondoa's father suffered a health crisis during the last match between Cameroon and Senegal
Fabrice Ondoa is the Cameroonian goal keeper, and he caused the victory of the indomitable Lions of Cameroon when he prevented the Senegaleses from scoring a goal during the penalty shots session. 
His father reportedly had a health crisis while watching the match. 
Now, he is doing fine and he explains what caused his health crisis. 
This is what he said via cameroon-info.net :

"I was watching the game naturally and afterwards, I started thinking about how they insulted this child in the media because I watch almost every channel. When I saw the feat he was achieving by stopping the fifth shot of Senegal while some do not stop criticizing him ... I do not know what happened. I was so moved and in an indescribable state of stress. It was not a stroke but too much joy. Now I'm fine. I am very comfortable. I am, however, a sportsman myself. But I assure you that this is the first time that it is happening to me. I realized that when you have a child, if over 2000 people, 1800 hate him, you can tell yourself that he is not bad. Despite the insults from the start of the competition to this day, the Lions have done their best. I see them in the final, haloed trophy.

My family and I have been watching the competition from the beginning. There is never a small game in a competition like this. The coach aligns his players according to the opponent and that's good. But I think that we, the families of players, are victims of brewery abuse because their way of doing things creates tension with our neighbors. They arrive with four or five crates of beer at the time of the match. They require to unpack at least a crate in their presence for their publicity. But we often have a hundred people around. They put us in trouble because after they leave, even if we put our hands in our pocket to provide drinks for the neighbors and people around, people still criticize. They say we are stingy. Some even say that we receive 100 crates of beer from the Brasseries. It's not good ... Thursday, we intend to leave our door open as usual."

This above is the translated version of what he said; here is the original version in French:

«Je regardais le match tout naturellement et après, je me suis mis à penser comment on injuriait cet enfant dans les médias parce que je visionne presque toutes les chaînes. Quand j’ai vu l’exploit qu’il réalisait en stoppant le cinquième tir du Sénégal alors que certains n’arrêtent pas de le critiquer…Je ne sais pas ce qui s’est passé. J’étais tellement ému et dans un état de stress indescriptible. Ce n’était pas un AVC mais trop de joie. Maintenant, je vais très bien. Je suis bien à l’aise. Je suis pourtant un sportif moi-même. Mais je vous assure que c’est la première fois que cela m’arrive. J’ai compris que quand tu as un enfant, si sur 2000 personnes, 1800 le détestent, tu peux te dire qu’il n’est pas mauvais. Malgré les injures allant du début de la compétition à ce jour, les Lions  ont donné le meilleur d’eux-mêmes. Je les vois en finale, auréolés du trophée.

nous suivons en famille, toute la compétition depuis le début. Il n’y a jamais de petit match dans une compétition comme celle-là. Le coach aligne ses joueurs en fonction de l’adversaire et c’est bien. Mais, je pense que nous, familles de joueurs sommes victimes d’abus des Brasseries parce que leur façon de procéder crée des tensions avec les voisins. Ils arrivent avec quatre ou cinq casiers de bière à l’heure du match. Ils exigent de décapsuler un casier en leur présence pour leur pub .Mais, nous avons souvent une centaine de personnes. Ils nous mettent dans des problèmes parce qu’après leur départ, même si vous mettez la main dans la poche, les gens vous critiquent. Ils disent que vous êtes chiches. Certains disent même que nous recevons 100 casiers de bière des Brasseries. Ce n’est pas bon…Jeudi, nous comptons laisser notre porte ouverte comme d’habitude».

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