I thought that the 3-0 win of Kuwait against the Azkals in their 1st leg match was a clean one, but when I saw this picture showing a Kuwaiti guy pointing a laser to our ace goal keeper Neil Etheridge from the stands while smiling, I murmured something that I shouldn't write on this post. I wanna vomit because of what that guy did to Neil Etheridge. To say the least, I hate that guy.
To think that Kuwait is already better in terms of world rankings than the Azkals and that the Azkals were short handed during that time because Borromeo and Shrock weren't able to play because of a 1 game suspension, that Guy's evil tactic should definitely be punished. For me, that's really a dirty tactic.
I know for a fact how painful and how glaring that green laser can be to one's eye. It can really be detrimental to one's vision. That's why I certainly believe that it affected Neil's performance last July 23.
Dyan Castillejo was quick to get the opinion of Neil Etheridge about the laser pointing that he experienced from that Kuwaiti Guy. He just said that he told it to the referee while the match was on going, but the latter didn't act on it. He acted as if he didn't hear Neil saying that a Kuwaiti fan is pointing a laser on him.
To the guy who pointed a laser on Neil, I hope you're happy now because your team won in the first leg and they are hanging on a commanding 3-0 aggregate score. But remember that there is what you call Karma. You're from the Middle East and I believe that you're aware of what Karma is and on how it operates.