After being rescued from swallowing his tongue, the player of Al-Mahalla...



Ahmed Shaker

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Ahmed Shaker

Friday 28 January 2022

10:38 PM


Ghazl El-Mahalla player Mohamed Bazooka talked about the details of his being saved from swallowing his tongue during the events of his team’s match against his counterpart Farco.

Mahalla turned its back with a goal scored by Farco Rezki Hamroun in the 19th minute to win (3-1) after scoring three goals by Abdo Yahya (two goals) and Hisham Balha in the 33rd, 42nd and 80th minutes of the match.

Bazooka said, in exclusive statements to Lilacora: “I collided with my colleague Yahya Hamed and I did not feel anything after that, and when I regained consciousness, I found myself inside the ambulance, I don’t know what happened.

The Ghazl El-Mahalla player concluded his statements by saying: “They told me that I almost swallowed my tongue, but I do not remember anything.



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