How sweet will it be that even if you are bling you would still be able to watch a live football match?
Hope technology would be able to help visually impaired football spectators as innovations are embraced to foster growth of the round leather game without barriers.
Liverpool versus Napoli Champions League live match on Tuesday however captured an heartwarming experience of a visually impaired spectator…
It was really really heartwarming how the Liverpool fan celebrated Mohammed Salah’s goal.
In a video that surfaced online, Liverpool supporters can be seen jumping up and down in pandemonium as they celebrate taking the lead before it focuses in on the blind fan.
He is seen smiling as his cousin embraces him and talks into his ear to explain Salah’s opening goal on Tuesday evening.
The blind Liverpool fan was clearly moved by the comments and responded later on Twitter, writing: ‘Nice to read all the comments about the video. It’s my cousin telling me it was mo who scored. I can see a little bit but not great. Didn’t know the camera got us.’
Salah’s crucial strike proved to be the winner in the end and was enough to see Liverpool advance through to the next round of the Champions League.
A similar video emerged over the World Cup and touched the hearts of many.
It showed a deaf-blind Brazil football fan enjoying their Group game against Costa Rica through the help of an interpreter who showed him what was happening on a miniature model of the pitch.