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Al-Deayea reveals an unthinkable reason for receiving 8 goals from Germany in the 2002 World Cup • Al-Marsad Newspaper

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Al-Marsad newspaper: Muhammad Al-Deayea, Al-Hilal goalkeeper and the former Saudi national team, revealed a strange reason for receiving 8 goals from the German team and losing the Saudi team in the 2002 World Cup.

Al-Deayea explained, during his arrival as a guest on the “With Aziz” program, broadcast on the “SSC News” channel, that the stadium was covered, and its area was like a studio, and that the former German striker, Miroslav Klose, took advantage of the power of lighting directed at him and blurring the vision, to score goals in his goal. .

Al-Deayea confirmed that the strength of the lighting greatly affected his performance, and made him lose the ability to look due to the light shining on the stadium from above, pointing out that this matter made him lose his strength in crosses.

Al-Deayea stated that he could not get out in the cross passes that he is characterized by, according to him, during the match because the lighting prevented him from seeing the ball when it came out, explaining that the German striker “Klose” was seeing the ball from a different angle, so he was able to score goals, saying: “The Germans focused on the crosses.”

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