ESPN’s Shaka Hislop faints ON AIR during pre-match briefing ahead of Milan-Real Madrid friendly in Los Angeles: Network says he is ‘conscious’ and being examined by doctors on the pitch
- Hislop, 54, began to falter in the mid-80s before falling forward.
- ESPN later revealed that he was conscious and that doctors were taking care of him.
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ESPN reporter and former Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Shaka Hislop collapsed in the middle of an on-air report ahead of Sunday’s Milan-Real Madrid friendly in Pasadena, California.
The 54-year-old began to wobble before falling forward onto his broadcast partner, causing an immediate panic on the bench.
The weather in Pasadena on Sunday was in the mid-80s, according to Accuweather.com.
ESPN quickly cut to break after Hislop’s collapse.
The network later updated viewers, saying that Hislop was “conscious” and that doctors were examining him in the field.
Shaka Hislop (left) collapsed amid an on-air report Sunday night in Pasadena
The 54-year-old began to wobble before falling towards his broadcast partner.
ESPN later revealed that Hislop was “conscious” and that doctors were examining him on the field.