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Indonesian goal-keeper Choirul Huda dies after mid-game collision

Indonesian goal-keeper Choirul Huda dies after mid-game collision

The incident happened in the first half of a game against Semen Padang.

In a post on the club's official Instagram, Persela paid tribute to one-club man Huda, writing: "Thank you for the inspiration you gave to Persela, Lamongan and Indonesian football".

'All of the players finished the game and went to the hospital, where it was announced that Choirul Huda had died.

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"He was still conscious and complained of chest pain", one member of the medical staff told regional Indonesian newspaper Surya.

After struggling to breathe, it's said that the player suffered cardiac arrest and passed away.

In a tragic turn of events, Persela Lamongan club legend Choirul Huda has died after suffering head and neck injuries in an Indonesian Liga 1 match on Sunday.

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Menit ke-44, isnsiden tersebut terjadi yakni benturan keras antara kiper Choirul Huda dengan bek Ramon Rodrigues (sesama pemain Persela).

Dr Zaki Mubarok, of the Lamongan General Hospital, said: 'He was just brought to the hospital still breathing, but he was lifeless at around 17:00. We did not have time to a see a doctor, only to see his body'.

The impact of the collision appears to have been to his head.

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A hometown boy, he made his debut in 1999 and was a regular throughout his time with the club.