Saudi player knocked out by his own goalkeeper undergoes emergency surgery
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Saudi player knocked out by his own goalkeeper undergoes emergency surgery - Kirill Kudravetsev/Getty Images
Saudi defender Yasser Al Shahrani underwent successful surgery after the horrific injury against Argentina that left him with a fractured jaw, fractured facial bones and internal bleeding.
The 30-year-old was kicked off the field after a disgusting collision with Mohammed Al-Owais in Saudi Arabia's historic 2-1 win over Argentina
The Saudi Arabian goalkeeper jumped for a high ball late in the game against Argentina and his knee slammed into the face of Al Shahrani, who ran in the opposite direction. His other knee collided with his teammate's stomach.
Al Shahrani was first taken to hospital in Doha before being flown back to Riyadh the next morning. The subsequent operation on the 30-year-old's pancreas was successful, the Saudi Arabian Football Association said in a statement.
In a message on social media, Al Shahrani said: "I wanted to reassure you that my health is good, your prayers are for me and the fans of the Saudi national team deserve the win."
Al Shahrani is unlikely to return to this World Cup, although he has not yet been officially banned by his own federation. The defender plays his club football in Riyadh for Al Hilal and has made 73 appearances for his national team.
Saudi Arabia's next game is against Poland on Saturday. They enter the game as the unlikely leaders of Group C after their stunning performance against Argentina in the opening round.
Poland, on the other hand, drew 0-0 with Mexico in their opening game, with star striker Robert Lewandowski missing a penalty in the second half.
Saudi Arabia's victory over Argentina is considered one of the most shocking results in World Cup history. They are ranked 51 in the world while Argentina are unbeaten in 36 games.
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