Fulham attacker George Williams was involved in a clash of heads with Napoli winger Dries Mertens on Sunday.
The incident happened in the final stages of the Euro 2016 qualifier between Belgium and Wales in Brussels.
Mertens had come on as a substitute only in the 73rd minute, but he had to be stretchered off after clashing with Williams when both players went for the same ball.
The 27-year-old former PSV star was on the ground for several minutes and was eventually taking to hospital.
Mertens apparently suffered concussion but has endured no serious or long-term damage, with the player himself giving the ‘thumbs-up’ sign.
I'm oke! Thanks for the support... pic.twitter.com/xgOhTAW2Jz— Dries Mertens (@dries_mertens14) November 16, 2014
Williams also had to be treated following the clash, but he remained on the pitch and played the rest of the game without any problems.
The Fulham youngster later took to social networking site Twitter to let everyone know that he is fine, while also showing concerns about Mertens’s condition.
And yes my head is feeling fine, thanks everyone! Hope Mertens is alright.— George Williams (@george_willo35) November 16, 2014
Happy to hear Mertens is alright!— George Williams (@george_willo35) November 16, 2014