After such a victory, Saudi Arabia announced that Wednesday is a day off so that the entire population of the country can celebrate such a historic victory.
However, the victorious ecstasy of the entire country was unwillingly calmed down by Yasser Alshahrani, a member of the national team – the player was on the verge of death after the match and was suddenly operated on.
Towards the end of the match, Saudi Arabian goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais was not very successful in catching the ball and jumped forward with his knees in front of Yasser Alshahrani. The football player was hit in the head with his knee. The player was said to have been knocked out and had blood coming from his nose.
The doctors immediately helped the player, and although he left the field on a stretcher, he gave everyone a thumbs up that everything is fine with him.
But it turned out that everything is much worse. The man was taken to a hospital in Doha, where it was found that his jaw, facial bones and internal bleeding had broken. The footballer needed an emergency operation and it was done. Doctors testified that the man could have died without receiving help.
Saudi Crown Prince and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman indicated that Yasser would be flown to Germany on a private plane as early as Wednesday for treatment and that the state would pay for all the treatment, and 2.5 million dollars would be transferred to his account.