Sevilla coach Eduardo Berizzo has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, the Spanish club confirmed on Wednesday morning.
The 48-year-old Argentine requires treatment for a tumour and told his players the news in the days leading up to Tuesday’s Champions League game with Liverpool.
Liverpool stormed into a 3-0 lead before half-time but Berizzo’s troops rallied after the break and celebrated wildly with him when they secured a 3-3 draw at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan.
proclamation discharged by the club read: ‘The medicinal administrations of Sevilla FC report that the mentor of the principal group, Eduardo Berizzo, has been determined to have an adenocarcinoma of the prostate.
‘The future diagnosis will permit to choose which are the means to take after with respect to their treatment.
‘Sevilla FC needs to demonstrate their full help for their manager at this moment and wish him a quick recuperation.’
Guido Pizarro’s scores to level up the game in the third moment of stoppage time to set up wild celebrations as the players surged over to Berizzo.
it is comprehended the Argentine, who guided Celta Vigo to the semi-finals of the Europa League last season, will experience treatment for the condition at a later date.
As indicated by Sevillainfo, the tumor has been recognized early and Berizzo has a decent shot of making a full recuperation.
They trailed by three goals after just 30 minutes because of Roberto Firmino (two) and Sadio Mane. In any case, two strikes from Yassim Ben Yedder began the unrealistic fightback that Pizarro finished in the end minutes.