Literally “break his face”! Shocking images after Argentina

Yasser Al-Shahrani, the 30-year-old left-back of Al Hilal and the Saudi Arabian national team, suffered an extremely serious injury in the match against Argentina.

The match between Argentina and Saudi Arabia was played on Tuesday and ended 1-2 after goals scored by Al Shehri in the 48th minute and Al Dawsari in the 53rd minute. Lionel Messi scored for the Argentinesfrom the penalty, in the 10th minute. They also had a goal disallowed, due to offside, in the 29th minute. Lautaro Martinez had scored.

In the 90+9 minute of this game, the goalkeeper Al Owais jumped to hold the ball, with his knee directly in front of Al Shahrani. The Saudi player collapsed on the pitch and needed medical attention, bleeding badly.

Literally “break his face”! Shocking images after Argentina v Saudi Arabia: Qatar World Cup player undergoes emergency surgery on facial fracture

Immediately after this game, Yasser Al-Shahrani was rushed to the hospital. The x-rays have been made public and they are downright shocking. According to netizens in the Arab area, the prince from Saudi Arabia sent the footballer to Germany on a private plane.

“X-rays show that Saudi national team player Yasser Al-Shahrani suffered a fractured jaw and facial bones, requiring urgent surgery due to internal bleeding.

On the orders of the Saudi Crown Prince, a private plane transported the player Yasser Al-Shahrani to Germany for treatment,” read a post on Twitter by the Arabs.

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