Chelsea captain Reece James revealed that he has paid a visit to a Blues fan who suffered a heart attack during the west London side's 4-4 clash against Manchester City last week.
The defender featured in the Stamford Bridge thriller on Sunday which saw Mauricio Pochettino's players hold the English champions to a pacy home draw and continue their unbeaten record against the Premier League's top four.
But as James confirmed on his Instagram account on Thursday night, the match was marred by a medical emergency which took place in the stands.
Medics worked hard to save a fan's life after he suffered a heart attack whilst watching the game, and the supporter is currently recovering in hospital.
Sharing details in a heartful post via his Instagram Stories, James wrote: 'I visited a hospital this evening to see a Chelsea fan that had a heart attack at our game against Man City, he was dead for 20 mins and the medics managed to save his life.
'He was a strong man with an amazing family, I'm so happy he's recovering well (prayer hands emoji).
'Life is so precious and unpredictable,' the 23-year-old added. 'Anything could happen at any point, so enjoy every moment even when things are tough.
'Be kind and always show love, you never know what people are going through or what is round the corner.
'Stay well and see you soon. Reece,' the England international signed off, before sharing a picture of himself with the fan in question.
James has previously used his social media platform to promote consideration for the wellbeing of others, at the end of last season sharing a personal diary entry which offered rare insight into the impact of a 2022-23 campaign sidelined due to injury.
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