Local media have reported the death of one man in the incident, in which at least five people were injured.
On Friday afternoon, Mari posed for a photo alongside his wife, Veronica Chacon, at his bed in the city’s Niguarda Hospital with a Twitter update on their condition.
Después del duro momento que vivimos ayer, tanto mi familia como yo queremos comunicar que afortunadamente estamos todos bien a pesar de las circunstancias, y agradecer todos los mensajes de apoyo y cariño que estamos recibiendo. pic.twitter.com/8NywRczNS8
— Pablo Mari Villar (@PabloMV5) October 28, 2022
The 29-year-old wrote: “After the hard time we experienced yesterday, both my family and I want to communicate that fortunately we are all fine despite the circumstances.
“And to thank all the messages of support and affection that we are receiving.”
“Today I was lucky, because I saw a person die in front of me,” Mari is quoted by Gazzetta dello Sport as having told Monza president Adriano Galliani and head coach Raffaele Palladino.