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PSV 'keeper knocked out by post

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PSV Eindhoven's Polish keeper Przemyslaw Tyton was knocked unconscious at the end of their 2-1 defeat to Roda JC.

The 26-year-old went out cold after a collision with the post during the process of saving a free-kick, and had be placed on a stretcher and driven away from the pitch in an ambulance.

Thankfully, Tyton was able to come round shortly after he was lifted into the emergency vehicle, although the full extent of the injury he sustained has yet to be divulged.

Reports in the Polish press claim that the mother of the Poland international was sat behind the goal that her son lay stricken in, and she will be thankful that his injury is clearly not as serious as first feared.

PSV had used up all of their substitutes when it became clear that Tyton could not continue, which forced Swedish forward Ola Toivonen to don the gloves for the final few minutes.

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