Gent star, Igor Plastun sustained a strange traumatic injury during the game between Gent and Sint-Truiden. He suffered an injury no man wishes to get, a manhood tear after colliding with his own Goalkeeper.
Igor Plastun had an amazing season opener goal just before halftime to equalize the score but his happy moment wouldn't last long, In the '59 minute, he and the goalkeeper attempted to clear a cross when they both crashed into each other and the ball fell to the opposing team's attacker Facundo Colidio who scored the winning goal for his team, After the collision, Igor stayed at the deck and the medics rushed to him and noticed there was something wrong with his manhood, he noticed that the centre back had torn his manhood. The crazy part is that the manhood was stitched on the sideline.
Let's all pray for him, please.
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