Egyptian player dies after collapsing in dressing room

A goalkeeper in Egypt has sadly passed away after collapsing in his team’s dressing room.

According to KingFut, Ahmed Amin, who played for Rabat & Anwar in Egypt’s third tier, died on Thursday after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest.

Amin is believed to have fallen unconscious in his side’s locker room following a training session, before the club’s medical staff tried to save the player.

They were unable to, however, with doctors at the nearest hospital communicating that the shot-stopper had passed on soon after his arrival at the medical facility.

“We arrived at the nearest hospital and doctors tried to rescue him, but God’s judgement was enforced to announce the death of the young guard of a heart attack,” Ahmed Abdel Aziz, the club’s technical director, said, according to News Founded.

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