World Cup: Egyptian Commentator Dies Of Heart Attack After Team’s World Cup Loss

World Cup: Egyptian Commentator Dies Of Heart Attack After Team’s World Cup Loss

An Egyptian football pundit died after watching his nation slump to their third consecutive World Cup defeat in Russia.

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Abdel Rahim Mohamed was due to analyse Egypt’s 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia but was rushed to hospital after suffering a heart attack.

It was reported he had become increasingly emotional watching the game at TV studios in Cairo.

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Abdel Rahim Mohamed died from a heart attack after Egypt crashed out of the World Cup following 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia

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The former football coach had become emotional watching Egypt’s defeat