Gerard Piqué doesn't remember playing against Chelsea | inside World Soccer

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique cannot remember playing against Chelsea at all despite making it through 18 minutes of the Champions League semi-final loss to Chelsea on Tuesday.

Gerard Piqué lies on the ground after getting knocked down by his own goalkeeper Víctor Valdés
Gerard Piqué lies on the ground after getting knocked down by his own goalkeeper Víctor Valdés

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The 25-year-old was discharged from hospital on Wednesday following an evening under observation after being involved in a heavy collision with his own goalkeeper Víctor Valdés early on in the game.

He was feared to have suffered a concussion after the incident and was taken to hospital, replaced in defense by Daniel Alves.

Piqué spent the night under observation in hospital but has now been cleared of any injury.

However, according to Catalunya Radio, the Spain international cannot remember playing the Champions League game at all.

Apparently his parents had to break the bad news to him, informing him of the score and that Barcelona had been knocked out as a result.

Watch the sickening collision below.



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