The coach of the Michigan State football team of the United States suddenly disappeared while the game was being reported live.
The American coach ‘disappeared’ during live broadcast
Mark Dantonio, the Michigan State football team coach in a white shirt, was gazing into the distance when athlete Darell Stewart Jr passed the camera on September 24, according to Stuff .
By the time Darell was out of view, Mr. Dantonio had also disappeared, leaving only the man with sunglasses standing behind him with a hand to his lips. The moment Mr. Dantonio disappeared just as the clock was running out of the game against the Wisconsin team, the Michigan team lost 6 – 30.
The video immediately went viral on social media, with some calling him a “witch”, or “ghost”. Fans are still speculating as to why he disappeared. Some say he may have bent down to tie his shoelaces.
After the match ended, Mr. Dantonio appeared at the press conference, explaining the reason for the loss.
American football player gives chills with broken leg moment
New York Giants owner Nick Gates underwent surgery on Friday morning, September 17 local time, after breaking his left shin bone in a 30-29 loss Thursday night (September 16). ) against team Washington at the American Professional Football League (NFL).
Share with TMZ Sports via Instagram, representative Jon Perzley said: “On this planet, no one tougher than Nick. He’s laughing on the phone and said: ‘I have broken the legs damn half ‘. He’ll be back. It takes more than a broken bone to stop Nick.”
The injury occurred when Nick was stopped by Washington’s Jonathan Allen with 5 minutes 57 seconds left in the first half. He writhed in pain and tossed his helmet as paramedics rushed into the field. Coach Joe Judge also ran in to comfort him. Talking about Nick’s injury, Coach Joe called this a “strong punch” to the NY Giants.
Gates’ leg was in a cast and paramedics took him off the field in an ambulance. The central midfielder, born in 1995, smiled and waved to the crowd, after the entire Giants team and Washington players came to wish Nick a speedy recovery. The 26-year-old was taken to a local hospital, where he stayed overnight.
“Nick is a fighter,” teammate Saquon Barkley said. “Nick is a leader. He’s captain for a reason. Watch him injury and you’ll see the impact it has on the team.”
The NY Giants switched Gates to left-back for Thursday’s game after left-back Shane Lemieux was ruled out with a knee injury. Gates played all 16 games in central midfield last season.
“Look, I can’t say enough about Nick and his dedication to the team. The way he works. The energy, spirit and competitiveness he brings every day,” coach Joe Judge said. . “Nick is an almighty guy. He’s very selfless. Nick is a great leader for this team.”
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