Martin Terrier of Ligue 1 club Rennes was forced to exit Sunday’s match against OGC Nice after around 30 minutes of play.
The 24-year-old French striker was seen clutching his chest and experienced shortness of breath, prompting speculation that the cardiac-related issues may be linked to the COVID-19 jabs.
Here’s the moment Terrier was removed from the contest:
Just last week, Terrier had an outstanding 3-goal performance against Saint-Etienne.
Terrier wasn’t the only professional European footballer to experience a cardiac-related event this past weekend.
As we noted, Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof suffered chest pains and breathing issues in a contest against Norwich.
Good grief. Victor Lindelof. Ronaldo wasn’t long in getting over to him was he? Ronaldo knows. That’s why. Try getting him to take it. Sad this is happening every week. pic.twitter.com/7YeQEFFVeh
— Awake in Belfast (@AwakeinBelfast) December 11, 2021
In Italy, Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski had breathing difficulties against Empoli.
NEW – Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski (27) was taken off after 19 minutes in Serie A match after struggling to breathe.pic.twitter.com/03uQQDthMz
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) December 13, 2021
Mainstream media and “experts” continue to write off these cardiac-related events among athletes as “coincidences.”
But as WLT reported, around 300 athletes have suffered from cardiac arrests in 2021 and many have passed away.
The dramatic spike this year in athletes going down with heart issues while playing their sport is NOT normal.
However, the media refuses to shed light on the frightening issue.
Cardiologist Dr. Peter McCollough made a recent appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience and the two discussed the topic of athletes suddenly collapsing on the playing surface.
They talk about sports people collapsing around the 1hr 30 point. But the whole podcast is quite an eye openerhttps://t.co/cyrDELBhUe
— Darren (@Watts_it_like) December 14, 2021
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During a now viral podcast with Joe Rogan, Dr. Peter McCullough warned that soccer players collapsing could be linked to vaccine-induced myocarditis.
McCullough warned that myocarditis has become at least 50% more common than predicted by US public health ‘experts.’ The cardiologist added that children aged 12 to 17 are more likely to be hospitalized with Myocarditis after taking the vaccine than contracting the virus itself.