Doctor fallece mientras trabajaba en eliminatoria en Nigeria

Un doctor falleció de un problema cardíaco mientras trabajaba durante un partido de las eliminatorias del Mundial, informa la FIFA

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miércoles 30 marzo 2022 19:19
MUNDIAL NIGERIA
MUNDIAL NIGERIA

Un doctor falleció de un problema cardíaco mientras trabajaba durante un partido de las eliminatorias del Mundial, informó la FIFA el miércoles.

Joseph Kabungo era el médico asignado por la FIFA para supervisar los controles de dopaje de los jugadores en el duelo Nigeria-Ghana en Abuja el martes.

Kabungo se sintió mal tras el término del partido, marcado por una invasión de cancha tras el silbatazo final.

Los hinchas nigerianos irrumpieron en el campo de juego tras la eliminación del equipo nacional y la policía roció gas lacrimógeno para sofocar los disturbios. Se aclaró que los incidentes no tuvieron que ver en el deceso del doctor zambiano.

“Con mucha tristeza, la FIFA se enteró del fallecimiento del doctor Joseph Kabungo por un súbito problema cardíaco", dijo el ente rector en un comunicado.

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