Published: Mon, October 16, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Football player killed a teammate during a match

Football player killed a teammate during a match

Legendary Indonesian goalkeeper Choirul Huda died yesterday following a collision with teammate during the Indonesian Super League match.

Huda rushed out to grab a ball bouncing just outside the six-yard box when teammate Ramon Rodrigues toppled over him. Huda at first tried to get up, before clutching at his mouth and slumping back towards the ground, face first.

Choirul was still breathing, though unconscious, when he arrived at the hospital in Lamongan but succumbed to his injuries soon after.

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Dr Zaki Mubarok, of the Dr Soegiri Lamongan General Hospital, later confirmed the cause of the death: "He passed away because collision in the head and behind the neck".

The match, however, continued after the incident with Persela winning 2-0.

Footage from the game, televised live on Batam island, shows Huda rushing off his line to block an opposing player from shooting and colliding with his defender.

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Huda joins the unfortunate list of players who died while playing in the Indonesian league including Eri Irianto, Sekou Camara, Akli Fairuz, and Jumadi Abdi.

Huda made his debut in 1999 and was a regular throughout his time with the club.

Huda is a club legend.

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"Thank you for the endless dedication and inspiration for Persela, Lamongan and Indonesian soccer", the club said in a post on Instagram.

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