The match between Roma and Udinese was stopped due to a player suffering from angina… and it was resumed later

The referee of the match between Roma and Udinese, which was held in the 32nd round, decided to stop the match between the two teams in the 80th minute. Because Roma player Ivan Ndika suffered a heart attack and was discharged for urgent medical examinations.

The Italian newspaper Calciomercato said that the match will be completed at a later time, determined by the Italian League during this week, after the referee ended the match in the 80th minute.

The first half of the Udinese match against Roma in the 32nd round of the Italian League ended with Udinese leading with a clean goal, scored by Udinese player Roberto Pereira, in the 23rd minute of the match held at Friuli Stadium.

In the 64th minute, Lukaku equalized for Roma before the referee ended the match in the 80th minute, after Roma player Ndika suffered a angina pectoris.

Roma occupies fifth place in the Italian League standings with 55 points after achieving 16 wins, 7 draws and eight losses, while its counterpart, Udinese, comes in fifteenth place with 28 points, having won 4 matches, drawn 16 and lost 11.

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