It has been confirmed that Saudi national team and Al-Ahly club goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais has been absent from the field for a long time after testing after being injured in the “Green” match against China yesterday Wednesday. World Cup qualifiers in Qatar.
“Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) performed on player Mohammed Al-Owais after his injury in a national team match on Tuesday confirmed the presence of an injury to the internal collateral ligament of the left knee,” the Saudi Federation said in a statement.
And according to media reports, 30-year-old Al-Owais will be away from the stadiums for two months.
Al-Owais was seriously injured after falling to the ground holding his knee after a joint ball with the Chinese team’s forward Elkeson and the Saudi goalkeeper.
Attempts by the medical system to treat Al-Owais were unsuccessful, so French coach Herve Renard made an emergency replacement for backup goalkeeper Fawaz Al-Qarni in the 69th minute, before the latter made a fatal mistake as China scored their second goal.
The Saudi team led the second group, three points behind Australia, after a tough 3-2 victory over the visiting Chinese team at King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah in the decisive knockout qualifiers for the World Cup finals. “Qatar 2022”.