Soccer Player Miraculously Rises To Feet Seconds After Writhing In Pain On Ground

June 20, 2014 by  
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Thousands of soccer fans around the globe were witness to the miraculous recovery of an Spanish soccer player this morning after he was viciously tapped in the thigh by an Iranian defender.

It happened in the 23 minute of a game between Spain and Iran earlier today when Spanish striker Diego Costa went down after being ever so gently tapped in the thigh by Iran’s Majid Hosseini.

One witness told EOTT moments after the game that, although the foul did not look bad from the numerous replays that were shown of the incident that led to Costa falling to the ground as though he had just been shot by a sniper, that fans knew it had to be serious the moment he began screaming in agony as he decided whether to clutch at his left or right thigh.

“I remember the entire stadium became quiet,” said Spanish fan Floriana Abate. “Everyone in the stadium dropped to their knees and began to pray to St. Sabastian. There was not even a scratch on Costa, so we believed it must have been internal bleeding.  Still, most of us could not even look at the poor man suffering. It looked like someone was stabbing him in the thigh over and over again. Many people were in tears, others were vomiting, and those who did look began to scream to God to help him. Watching this poor man suffering so much…we did not think he was going to make it.”

But just seconds after the collision, video of the game shows Costa miraculously rising to his feet as though nothing had ever happened. Witnesses say that people in the stadium began to praise God for the miracle, including the players on the field who dropped to their knees and began to say a rosary in thanksgiving.

“How someone can recover so quickly, so instantaneously…this is surely the work of God,” Abate continued. “My sister…my sister was an atheist before we walked into the stadium. Not so anymore.”