An ophthalmologist reveals what the laser beam causes to players’ eyesight and confirms: It may cause blindness


Hazem Yassin, professor of ophthalmology at Qasr Al-Ainy, said that the laser beam that the national team players were exposed to in front of Senegal could lead to a burn in the center of vision, and thus expose a person to blindness and loss of vision.

Yassin added, in televised statements to the “On Time Stadium” program on “On Time Sports 1” with the media Ahmed Schubert: “The audience was at the same level as Mohamed Salah and was ignorant of the laser beams directly, which negatively affected him and his companions.” And a professor of ophthalmology at Qasr Al-Ainy added: “The laser beam directly affects the players’ vision centers.”

The Senegalese team defeated Egypt 3-1 on penalties, in the match that brought them together at Abdullah Wade “Diameniadio” stadium in the final qualifying round for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The original time ended with Senegal winning with a clean goal, which is the same result of the first leg match in Cairo, and the two teams played two additional periods that ended with the same result, before the two teams resorted to penalty kicks to decide the qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar.

Amr Al-Sulayya scored for the Egyptian team from penalty kicks, and missed by the Pharaohs Mohamed Salah, Ahmed Sayed Zizou and Mostafa Mohamed, while Ismaila Sarr, Bamba Diang and Sadio Mane scored for Senegal, and wasted by the Teranga Lions players Kalidou Koulibaly and Salio Sis.

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