Just like any other Sunday Fahad Musana, a hard core Chelsea fan and a professional football player himself started his day with early morning training with his Simba FC team mates at the Bombo military stadium, Uganda. Little did anyone know that this training would be his last. He had also featured in the opening game of his team's 0-1 Uganda Premier League victory over Entebbe F.C.
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard gave a shocker to his fans all over the world as he scored an equalizer against Chelsea in the English Premier League match for his new team Manchester City. Fahad Musana took the goal much worse than the rest of the Fans.
The equalizer from Frankie allegedly gave him a heart failure and had breath his last by the time he arrived at the nearby Bombo military hospital.
With no recorded history of any ill health, the sudden death of the 21 year old has come as a huge shock to family and friends.
Kawowo media stated, “Being a staunch Chelsea die-hard, it is believed shock might have led to his heart failure and breathing complications.”
Musana's friend and team mate Bagoole said that he had watched the Leicester City vs Manchester United match and was ready to watch the next match between Manchester City and Chelsea. Bagoole added, “He has been a passionate fan of Chelsea and would do anything for the club, apart from gambling”.
Another lead also suggests that the young Ugandan had received a slight knock on the head during the match against Entebbe F.C but was back on the pitch soon.
Goalie365 team is deeply saddened by the sudden demise of a young football talent.
One Chelsea Fan from Uganda took Chelsea legend Lampard's equalizer against Chelsea much worse than than the rest
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