IAN HARTE confirmed that Leeds star Jack Clarke left the hospital after falling into the ground in Middlesbrough.
Former Leeds left-back went to Twitter and confirmed that the young man was "happy and smiling" after a happy moment.
18-year-old Clarke was ill on a bench, which left the game about 10 minutes before he was taken to the hospital.
But the former Leeds defender Harte provided an update on Twitter saying: "Jack left the hospital now happy and smiling.
He also thanked the medical staff of Middlesbrough and Leeds Medical Director and the success of Rob Price.
Clarke, who played the first half, got an oxygen mask before taking her to the wardrobe – where he felt better – and then the hospital.
The game was stopped at 82 minutes with Middlesbrough 1-0, and the incident led to 12 minutes of injury time.
During this time, Bielsa and Calvin Philips found the equalizer.
Bielsa said: "We know that he did not feel well.
"We do not know the reasons yet.
But when they took him to the dressing room, he was better.
The player responds and visits the hospital with the head of the club for medicine and performance.
Leeds United at Jack Clarke
"They were taken to the hospital to see if it's okay."
A promising winger, Clarke, who can play on the left or right, has also seen Manchester City of Pep Guardiola, so is the respect he enjoys at Elland Road.
The club's statement said: "Jack Clarke began to feel bad during the second half of our Sky Bet Championship Championship with Middlesbrough and got medical help.
"The player responds and visits the hospital with the head of the medical and performance club."
"On behalf of everyone in Leeds United we want to thank the medical staff of both clubs for their response to the incident."
Leeds remains at the top of the Championship with a point with Norwich, who will play Sunday with rivals Ipswich in Old Farm Derby.
Boro chief Tony Pulis added: "I hope it's fine. The fingers stopped being recovered because he is a very, very talented young actor.
"All our thoughts from the Middlesbrough football club go to the boy."
"They immediately told me that something had happened and that the fourth official had spoken to the Chief Judge. I thought it important that the judge knew that this was happening."
"Fingers crossed, everything will be fine with Jack."