Leeds' Clarke to continue recovery at home after falling ill at Middlesbrough

Tanya Simon
February 12, 2019

The 18-year-old is a product of the Leeds' academy and has been making the right waves in the English second division, in what is his debut campaign.

Marcelo Bielsa wanted to bring Adam Forshaw into his Leeds United side to face Middlesbrough on Saturday before the midfielder got injured, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post.

The Championship game was stopped for seven minutes due to the incident and it has been confirmed that Clarke was taken to hospital for further assessment.

In a statement on their website, Leeds said: "The player is responsive and attending hospital with the club's head of medicine and performance".

Fortunately for all involved, Clarke has since been released and given the all the clear after feeling unwell during the away game.

Fans have been wishing Clarke the best.

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"What we know is that he didn't feel well". "He was taken back into the dressing room, where he seemed to have overcome the problem but he's gone to hospital now to see if everything is alright". "We don't know the reasons yet", he said. "All our thoughts go to the lad Clarke".

Boro had opened the scoring in the 47th minute, but Leeds' Kalvin Phillips rose to the occasion, scoring a late, late equaliser deep into added time to secure a point for the visitors.

Marcelo Bielsa's side are now second in the table, trailing Norwich City by two points.

They also extended their hold on an automatic promotion place over third-placed Sheffield United back to three points, matching the Blades' 3-3 draw with Aston Villa on Friday.

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