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Khadim Ndiaye Suffers Both Legs Break In Match (Photos)

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A distraught referee burst into tears at the sight of a Senegal Goalkeeper double leg break, MySportDab reports.

Bamlak Tessema, an Ethiopian official, was spotted crying after the horrific injury during Horoya AC’s African Champions League quarterfinal.

Horoya AC lost their goalkeeper Khadim Ndiaye after he suffered a double leg break after colliding with his own team-mate.

The injury to Senegal international Ndiaye followed an attempted slide tackle to clear the ball from goal.

Unfortunately team-mate Boubacar Samassekou had the same idea and the incident resulted in the former's broken leg.

The incident against Wydad Casablanca visibly left Ndiaye's team-mates stunned as he laid stricken on the floor during their 5-0 defeat.

Video Below...

See;https://www.mysportdab.com/2019/04/referee-cries-as-senegalese-goalkeeper.html


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wish him speedy recovery

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[ @JIDEY21: ] A distraught referee burst into tears at the sight of a Senegal Goalkeeper double leg break, MySportDab reports.

Bamlak Tessema, an Ethiopian official, was spotted crying after the horrific injury during Horoya AC’s African Champions League quarterfinal.

Horoya AC lost their goalkeeper Khadim Ndiaye after he suffered a double leg break after colliding with his own team-mate.

The injury to Senegal international Ndiaye followed an attempted slide tackle to clear the ball from goal.

Unfortunately team-mate Boubacar Samassekou had the same idea and the incident resulted in the former's broken leg.

The incident against Wydad Casablanca visibly left Ndiaye's team-mates stunned as he laid stricken on the floor during their 5-0 defeat.

Video Below...

See;https://www.mysportdab.com/2019/04/referee-cries-as-senegalese-goalkeeper.html





The incident occur and it was very good.

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D do that again and again I am going

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saddening tin fa

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May God hill him from it

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I wish him a quick recovery indeed and come back very soon

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Sad information indeed

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Aww that's too bad

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So sorry. I wish you quick recovery

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Quick recovery

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Its extremely sad

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i can imagine the pain

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that is part of the game. suffering injuries tends to really affect one's performance as a player.

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Eyyahhhh sorry man

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Bamlak Tessema, an Ethiopian official, was spotted crying after the horrific injury during Horoya AC’s African Champions League quarterfinal.

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This is serious.

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[ @abb: ] wish him speedy recovery

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Quick recovery blood

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The injury to Senegal international Ndiaye followed an attempted slide tackle to clear the ball from goal.

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ha this is serious indeed

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