An Egyptian second division manager died after suffering a heart attack while celebrating his team’s last-minute victory. He was in his forties.
El-Magd SC defeated El-Zarqa 1-0 at home on Thursday, December 2, in a match that was broadcast live on ESPN.
While his team was playing El-Zarqa in an Egyptian Second League match in the 92nd minute, Adham El-Selhadar stood by and watched as his team scored a goal in the 92nd minute against his team.
As they moved up to seventh place in the table with 14 points, they were applauded by wild celebrations.
While all of the excitement and drama was going on, coach Adham El-Selhadar fainted on the sidelines, prompting players and coaches to rush over to see what had occurred.
The medics treated him on the scene before transporting him to the hospital, where he was later confirmed to be dead.
El-Selhadar was a professional player in the 1990s, winning the Egyptian Premier League and the Egypt Cup before transitioning to the coaching profession.
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