Public health officials in Norway ordered the players to quarantine and not fly to Bucharest for Sunday's game.
Following the surgery at Rikshospitalet's Cardiovascular and Lung Clinic, the monarch was transferred to an intensive care unit for further observation, the king's doctor, Bjoern Bendz, said.
King Harald V was admitted to the main hospital in Oslo Thursday to undergo an operation to replace a heart valve.
The palace said that his son, Crown Prince Haakon, has stepped in and taken over his father's duties, including a scheduled meeting with the Norwegian government.
Five people were hospitalised in critical condition, including two police officers who were the first at the scene, but their lives are not in danger, the Norwegian news agency NTB said.
Chinese Foreign Minister's visit comes in the backdrop of Norway preparing to take up a rotational seat on the United Nations Security Council, of which China is a permanent member.
The polar bear was found dead in a parking lot by the nearby airport after being shot by onlookers, the governor’s office said in a statement posted on its website.
Police said the passengers had been evacuated off the plane, which was being examined by the bomb squad.
The rights group said it shared its findings with authorities earlier this month and urged them to change course.
In court, Philip Manshaus confessed to the acts but called them “emergency justice.” Investigators found a photo of Adolf Hitler on his cell phone.
The man had travelled to Delhi, Agra, Assam and Meghalaya after leaving Norway on February 6 and reached Goa on February 20.
Panama will make their World Cup debut in Russia, where the central Americans will face England, Belgium and Tunisia in Group G.
At the Ulleval stadium in Oslo, Norway, who are not qualified for the World Cup, took a fourth-minute lead through Joshua King.
Australia coach Bert van Marwijk watched his new charges lose 4-1 to Norway on a freezing night in Oslo on Friday.
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey's founding leader Ataturk's picture and his own name were featured on an "enemy chart" during NATO's military exercises in Norway.