SportsReferee paused the match to break the fast for a Muslim Footballer

Referee paused the match to break the fast for a Muslim Footballer

In the German Football League Bundesliga, the referee stopped the ongoing match to break the fast of the Muslim footballer.

According to foreign media reports, this historic event took place in the 65th minute of the ongoing match between Augsburg and Mainz in the Bundesliga.

Ken Williamson and David Warner also fasted with Rashid Khan In the 65th minute of the match, the referee gave time to Muslim footballer Musa to break the fast exclusively by stopping the match.

Footballer Musa was given bottles of water and juice by the goalkeeper of the team with which he broke his fast.

The match was started from there after the footballer broke his fast. Later, Muslim footballer Musa also thanked the referee for his efforts.

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