Bayern Munich playmaker James Rodriguez is recovering from a concussion which left him unaware of the halftime score in Saturday's defeat to Borussia Monchengladbach.
The Colombia international, who was substituted at the interval following a collision with Gladbach defender Tony Jantschke, tweeted on Sunday that he was "feeling better."
Gladbach led 2-0 at the time and held on for a 2-1 win after Arturo Vidal pulled one back -- though James was not fully aware.
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes revealed after the match that James "didn't even know the score at halftime,'' adding in quotes reported by the Bundesliga website, "We have to wait for the diagnosis of the doctors.''
That diagnosis came on Sunday, with a club statement confirming, "James sustained concussion when he collided with Borussia's Tony Jantschke. The Colombian will be under medical observation and unable to train for a few days.''
Rodriguez posted a picture on his Twitter feed with the caption: "Quiet Sunday. I feel good and better after the hit that I suffered yesterday.''
Domingo tranquilo. Me siento bien y mejor del golpe que he sufrido ayer. pic.twitter.com/OEwownWSAu— James Rodríguez (@jamesdrodriguez) November 26, 2017
Jantschke also suffered a head injury in the collision and was replaced at the interval. The Gladbach full-back was on the field as an early substitute after teammate Christoph Kramer was taken to hospital with a concussion of his own.
James, meanwhile, will be joined on the Bayern sidelines by full-back Juan Bernat, with the club's statement adding: "Bernat too will take a short break. The Spaniard sustained a minor muscular problem in his left thigh.''