Uganda Cranes captain Dennis Masinde Onyango says he feels much better now after suffering a terrible head injury on Tuesday.
Onyango had to be rushed to hospital in an ambulance after sustaining an injury in Mamelodi Sundowns 2-0 win over Polokwane City FC in the Premier Soccer League in South Africa.
There is however good news after the shot stopper has come out to indicate he feels better now.
In a video posted on Sundowns official twitter account, Onyango says he is in good conditions much better than on Tuesday night after suffering the injury.
“Guys this is Dennis, I must say I feel much better now than last night and I hope there’s nothing serious.” stated Onyango.
The 2016 CAF African best footballer based in Africa went ahead to congratulate his teammates upon the win against Polokwane City FC.
Check out @Masandawana’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/Masandawana/status/1027037362784808965?s=08
“Thanks guys for the hard fought win.” He added.
Onyango was rushed to hospital after colliding with Polokwane striker Mbulelo Wagaba in an aerial challenge.
He was substituted in the 43rd minute and replaced by Kennedy Mweene.
Ricardo Nascimento and debutant Lebohang Maboe scored for the Brazilians.