Luka Modric attacked by Laser lights during Egypt vs Croatia match, video scares the internet


In a recent friendly football match between Egypt and Croatia, a disturbing incident unfolded as Croatian player Luka Modric became the target of laser lights from fans whenever he took a corner kick. The intention behind this action was to distract the player and hinder his ability to take accurate corner kicks.

A viral video from the match captured the unsettling scene, showing numerous laser lights shining directly into Modric’s eyes as he prepared to take corner kicks. This deliberate act by some fans aimed to disrupt Modric’s concentration and potentially affect the outcome of the game.

Here’s the viral video showing Luka Modric being troubled by Laser lights: 

Dozens of lasers targeting Luka Modrić every time he takes a corner in friendly match vs Egypt
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This is not the first time that something like this has happened. Usage of laser light to distract players have been a growing concern in football and the governing body needs to step up to put a stop to this. 

In response to the incident, both football federations and governing bodies are expected to investigate the matter and take appropriate action to address the issue. Measures may include increased security measures at matches and stricter enforcement of regulations to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future. However, figuring out who did this might be an incredibly difficult task. 

How harmful are lasers to eyes? 

Exposure to laser light, particularly in concentrated and direct form, poses significant hazards to the human eye. The intense light emitted by lasers can cause temporary vision impairment, including glare and flash blindness, which may affect visual acuity and perception.

Prolonged or repeated exposure to laser light can lead to more severe consequences, such as retinal damage, macular degeneration, and even permanent vision loss. It’s crucial to exercise caution around laser devices and ensure proper safety measures are in place to protect the eyes from potential harm.

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