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Frida Maanum from Arsenal was given a heart monitoring device following her collapse during the FA Women’s League Cup final.

Arsenal midfielder Frida Maanum collapsed during the team’s 1-0 win over Chelsea in the FA Women’s Cup final last Sunday. She was rushed to the hospital after regaining consciousness and has been under medical supervision ever since. The club has announced that she will have a monitoring device fitted to record her heart function as she continues to receive support from the medical team at Arsenal.

Two leading cardiologists have reviewed the test results and no obvious cardiac causes have been found so far, leaving Maanum feeling relieved but uncertain about what caused her collapse. Despite this, she is determined to return to training as soon as possible.

The game resumed after a nine-minute stoppage, with Arsenal eventually winning 1-0 in extra time. Stina Blackstenius scored the winning goal in the 116th minute, leaving Chelsea fans stunned by their defeat.

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