Indian Footballer Peter Biaksangzuala Breaks Neck Performing Somersault in Celebration of Goal

Indian Footballer Peter Biaksangzuala Breaks Neck Performing Somersault in Celebration of Goal

23 year old Indian footballer Peter Biaksangzuala died after a somersault he performed in celebration of a lucky goal went wrong. Peter Biaksangzuala reportedly attempted to mimic the signature flip stunt by German footballer Miroslav Klose, but landed on his head and fatally broke his neck.

The tragic incident happened during the game between Bethlehem Vengthlang FC and Chanmari West FC. Peter Biaksangzuala was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. Doctors cited severe spinal cord damage as the cause of death.

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          1. I’ve scored many nice goals In semiPro f?tbol, and a goal didn’t matter to me unless we won the game. Other wise stick to playing in dirt with a ball made me rags.

  1. He came so Klose to landing it too. In American football he would of gotten a 15 yard penalty for excessive celebration. You can’t let that shit slide, broken neck or not. Muslim dude got one for falling to his knees and praying a couple of weeks ago.

        1. ***I knew someone had a heart attack while having orgasm.. damn sucks to be his mistress, they were caught red handed in the motel because of that incident?

          …too bad his mistress didn’t check his blood pressure, as he was getting a heart on

      1. Hahaha @alicatt I ALWAYS have sex on the brain! I swear I’m turning into a serious horn dog with this dry spell til I find a real man! I could go out and fuck some punk if I wanted right now but I’m over boys, I want a man!

          1. blaa hahaha!
            see now you had to go there didn’t you @nextie…that was to be our secret…a moment of deranged weakness……

            ….mikey, mikey, mikey…when are you coming up to Canada?? I know a few games we could play πŸ˜‰

          2. cool @mikey…how bout ‘hide the turnip’? are you familiar with that one??? we love to play that one around harvest time…its very festive

          3. I…I don’t know if I’d enjoy that one @Catt :/ but I’ll try anything twice!
            Coincidentally though, I actually am going up to Canada-Town in February for a b-day getaway, but I have until Dec. to decide if I wanna go to Windsor or Toronto. Leaning toward whichever one has all those wax museums & such! But I don’t think those are near any of my BG family πŸ™

          4. @mikey
            that’s kinda my area…well Windsor anyways…southern Ontario…Toronto is about 3hrs or so from me and Windsor is like an hour and a half or so….

          5. @mikey
            and I think you are thinking of Niagara falls…they have those wacky wax museums there although im sure Toronto has something similar and I don’t know about Windsor..

          6. Oooohhhh @Catt you’re right it IS Niagra! I went there & Toronto as a kid so wasn’t sure which had them. So yes, it’s between the Falls & Windsor. I’ll seriously let you know which one it ends up being cause we can always meet up halfway or something for a few hours of drinks and jollies! And just realized I could’ve just emailed you all this but oh well right πŸ˜€

          1. OK @IGI You asked for it, now you be looking in your mailbox daily…
            Can you rent nice Harley’s there? bc I’ll be riding up to Canada big time ok @ Catt? πŸ™‚

    1. From my perspective, you feel the moment of impact. After your spinal cord, and or neck is severed you really cant do much but breathe the little amount of oxygen you can possibly breathe to fill in your lungs. Must be a sucky way to go.

  2. Sports are dangerous when you go that extra mile to celebrate or protest, bad shit happens. I’ve seen football players break their legs spiking balls over the field goal bars and who can forget the Serbian basketball player Boban Jankovic who head butted the basketball net pole and broke his neck ? Good sportsmanship means learning how to lose as well as learning how to behave when you win. And as we all know the worst offenders are the fans who aren’t even a part of the contest.

    1. @Xizang:
      sounds like weak penis syndrome buddy. Maybe you should eat some more spinach?
      Also, bro, you gotta learn that when your dick doesn’t want to slide into the micro penis’s super extension prosthesis strap on device, you can’t force it. Your GF might demand you wear it every time, for her own needs to actually know she is getting fucked, but dude, you gotta think about your self sometimes………

      Me? Broken penis? No way bro, way too thick and length is, well, over the top, really, when you actually compare dick to body ratios.

      And it’s Aussie made too…….

        1. @3rd.. a bf did the same thing… he learned his lesson painfully, ive got a trick to avoid it, when you lube put some on that spot too so if a boner accidentally hit that spot it will just slide in the right hole… thats a goal! Haha.. πŸ˜›

  3. Surely, in a country where you have excelled at a sport from young age and competed against 1 billion (one seventh of the entire world population) other sports crazy hopefuls with the same dream to be the one chosen to play professionally and earn some ridiculous money for yourself and the family, you have the right to celebrate the small stuff. It makes heaps more sense than sweating the small stuff, like so many do in the western lands of unearned and false entitlement.

    Celebrate your achievements……..

    Nothing is going to go wrong 99.989% of the time.

  4. He seemed to be moving around a little which is the worst thing he could have done with a broken neck. Obviously he did not know his neck was broken but that movement is probably ehat killed him. It is posdible to survive but everything right has to fall into place.

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