Yasser Al-Shahrani was brought back to his home where he underwent surgery (Photo: Twitter).
Doha: Saudi footballer Yasser Al-Shahrani, who was injured against Argentina in the ongoing 2022 World Cup in Qatar, has been sent back to his country.
According to Saudi media reports, a statement published by the “Green Falcons” website on Twitter stated that the football player, Yasser Al-Shahrani, was transferred from Hamad Medical City to the National Guard Hospital in Riyadh, where he underwent surgery.
Yasser Al-Shahrani published a video message in which he said that I am in good health, may God protect you all in good health and good health, your prayers are a great asset to me, and congratulations to the Saudi people for winning over Argentina.
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During the match against Argentina, Yasser Al-Shahrani collided with Saudi goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais, which resulted in a fracture of his jaw and the bones of his left face, which is still undergoing treatment.
It should be noted that in the FIFA World Cup Group C match, Saudi Arabia beat Argentina with two goals to one.