Source: Jim Hoft
Four young international soccer stars died this week after suffering a sudden heart attack.
Croatian footballer Marin Cacic, Oman international player Mukhaled Al-Raqadi, Egyptian goalkeeper Ahmed Amin, and Algerian football player Sofiane Loukar all died this week, the COVID world reported.
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On December 22, Oman international player Mukhaled Al-Raqadi, aged 29, tragically died after collapsing during a warm-up ahead of a domestic match with Al-Suwaiq.
Al-Raqadi was rushed to the nearest hospital by ambulance. The reason for his death was a heart attack, Oman observer reported.
Mukhaled Al-Raqadi of Oman’s Muscat FC died after he collapsed while warming up before his team’s match yesterday. pic.twitter.com/WYVj3XbDmx— KUWAIT TIMES (@kuwaittimesnews) December 22, 2021
On the same day, Egypt’s third division’s Al-Rebat & Al-Anwar SC goalkeeper, Ahmed Amin passed away after suffering a sudden heart attack.
Ahmed Amin suffered cardiac arrest and lost consciousness in the locker room after his training with his team. The club’s medical team tried to revive him unsuccessfully and promptly rushed him to the hospital. He was pronounced dead on arrival and the cause of death was cardiac arrest.
Egypt’s third division’s Rabat & Anwar goalkeeper Ahmed Amin passed away yesterday after suffering sudden cardiac arrest.— Sport Africa (@SportAfricaNews) December 23, 2021
After taking part in his team’s training yesterday, Amin went to the locker room where he suddenly passed out.@King_Fut pic.twitter.com/taLIUrDn9C
Marin Cacic, a 23-year-old Croatian defender, died in hospital just days after collapsing during a training session. He was immediately rushed to the hospital and was diagnosed with heart failure. He was then put in a comatose state. Sadly on December 23rd, he was pronounced dead.