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Just look at him, in midair, blissfully unaware of his impending doom. And then he throws down the 360 dunk, his head snaps back and his limp body slowly, ever so slowly, falls to the ground. The other Santas, troopers that they are, don’t stop with the show. Because children need their dunk presents all over the globe, and when has a head injury stopped a guy anyway?
Real Madrid handled Celtic with ease in today’s World Football Challenge match at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, defeating the opposing Scottish side 2-0. But the game took a frightening turn in the 72nd minute when Celtic Midfielder Dylan McGeough rose up to challenge for an airborne ball. McGeough did not raise his arms to jockey for position, as he thought he was by himself, so Real Madrid’s Nuri Sahin’s flying shoulder landed a direct blow to McGeough’s head. McGeough was immediately knocked unconscious and every player on the pitch called for medical help.