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Mauricio Molina "feels fine" after FC Seoul teammates saved his life

Mauricio Molina says that he "feels fine" after his FC Seoul teammates saved his life by stopping him from suffocating by swallowing his tongue.

FC Seoul players swiftly came to the aid of their teammate Mauricio Molina after he was knocked out following a clash of heads during a match at the weekend.

After dropping to the floor, Molina's teammates noticed that he was swallowing his tongue, which prompted them to reach into his mouth and clear the airway.

Following treatment from the medics on the pitch, Molina eventually got to his feet and walked off the pitch, later heading to the hospital for further tests.

According to Yahoo! Sport, Molina wrote on Twitter that he now "feels fine" and that he has been resting at home since the incident.

Molina's wife Laura was watching in the crowd when the clash occurred at Busan I'Park.

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